Seoul, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s powerful sister made insulting threats to her South Korea Called South Korea’s new president and his government an “idiot” and a “wild dog gnawing on a bone given to it by the U.S.” for considering non-literal sanctions on North Korea on Thursday
Jin Youyingdiatribe after two days South KoreaForeign Ministry says it is reviewing additional unilateral sanctions on China North Korea Its recent spate of missile tests.The ministry said it would also consider sanctions and crackdowns North KoreaSo-called cyberattacks – the new main source of funding for its weapons program – should North Korea undertake a major provocation like a nuclear test.
“I want to know what ‘sanctions’ are by the South Korean group, but a wild dog gnawed on the bone by the United States, imposing it recklessly North Korea” Jin Youying said in a statement released by state media. “What a sight!”
she known as South KoreaNew President Yoon Suk-yeol and his conservative government are “idiots who continue to create a dangerous situation.”she added South Korea ‘Not our target’ when Moon Jae-in, Yoon’s liberal predecessor, seeks reconciliation North Korea – Take power. This could be seen as a possible attempt to help foster anti-Yin sentiment at home. South Korea.
“We again warn the disrespectful and stupid of the desperate sanctions and pressure from the United States and its Korean lackeys (North Korea) will fuel the hostility and anger of the latter and be their noose,” Jin Youying Say.
last month, South Korea Sanctions imposed on 15 North Korean individuals and 16 organizations suspected of engaging in illegal activities to finance North Koreanuclear weapons and missile programs.they are Seoulfirst unilateral sanctions North Korea Five years later, but experts say it is a mostly symbolic step as there is little financial exchange between the two countries.
But observers say SeoulThe push to coordinate a crackdown on North Korea’s alleged illegal cyber activity with the U.S. and others could inflame North Korea. Earlier this year, a United Nations panel of experts said in a report that, North Korea Continuing to steal hundreds of millions of dollars from financial institutions and cryptocurrency companies and exchanges, illicit funds are a significant source of funding for its nuclear and missile programs.
North Korea Since 2006, the United Nations has imposed 11 rounds of sanctions on it for nuclear and missile tests.But UN Security Council fails to pass new sanctions North Korea Ballistic missile launches have been banned this year as China and Russia, the two veto-wielding council members, are caught up in a confrontation with the United States.
North Korea Repeatedly stated that UN sanctions are evidence of US hostility North Korea together with its regular military exercises South Korea. U.S.-led diplomacy North KoreaIts nuclear program collapsed in early 2019 amid wrangling over how much sanctions to lift North Korea Will return with its limited steps toward denuclearization.
Jin Youying warned the U.S. on Tuesday of a “deadlier security crisis” as it pushed the U.N. to condemn North Korea’s latest intercontinental ballistic missile test, which suggested it had the potential to hit all parts of the continental U.S.
Jin YouyingThe official title is vice-minister of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea.but South KoreaThe spy service considers her the second most powerful person in the North, after the she Brothers and Dealing with Relationships South Korea and America.
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