North Korea reacted to the rough sanctions from the U.N. Security Council with another stream of fury vows. The nation announced to trench all nonviolence deals with the South. Just after a day, the secluded administration in Pyongyang had exposed a possible defensive nuclear attack against South Korea. However, the analysts doubted the authenticity of the threats as North Korea went through several agreements with South Korea confirmed by the latter nation’s news agency.
In a week, it was the most recent reaction of the North to the recent approval of sanctions in the U.N. Council. In fact, the new approvals were the reply to North Korea’s latest nuclear test.
According to the watchers of North Korea and the officials of the U.S., the current frenzy of threatening words from Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader, made the situation more worrying and volatile on the Korean regions. North Korea received a warning from the South that it would hit back strongly and strictly if the former created any threatening condition to the citizens of the latter.