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North Korea approves new frontline military missions in tension

North Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong Un concludes a major military conference in North Korea and becomes a "hostile force" when authorities give unspecified approval. Faced with doubling the buildup of nuclear weapons. A new operational mission for the frontline army.

On Friday, North Korea's state media said that members of the ruling Workers' Party's Central Military Commission had "significant military operations" for front-line operational missions at a three-day meeting that ended Thursday. We will take further steps to strengthen the military and national nuclear war deterrence, which stated that they have decided to supplement the Action Plan.

North Korea has not designated a new operational mission for frontline troops, but analysts deploy battlefield nuclear weapons targeting rival South Korea along North Korea's tense borders. He states that he may be planning to do so.

During the talks, Kim "powered" the entire army in implementing a plan to strengthen the country's military power, overwhelm hostile forces, and strengthen its strong self-defense capabilities to ensure protection. I will do my best. " The dignity of a great country.

North Korea's official South Korean central news agency's report did not include direct criticism of Washington or Seoul amid a prolonged stalemate in nuclear negotiations.

Shaking the old pattern of brinkmanship, North Korea has already set an annual record in ballistic tests until early 2022, with about 30 shots in more than 18 launch events, including intercontinental ballistic missiles. Launched a missile. Almost 5 years.

Kim interrupted recent tests and repeatedly commented that North Korea would actively use nuclear weapons when threatened or provoked.

Short-range weapons

Kim's ICBM has received international attention, but North Korea has been a short-range solid fuel missile that threatens the South since 2019. Weapons are also expanding. Korea. North Korea describes some of these missiles as "tactical" weapons. Experts say they are arming missiles with smaller battlefield nuclear bombs and actively using them during regular warfare to convey the threat of blunting the more powerful conventional weapons of South Korea and the United States. Approximately 28,500 US troops are stationed in the south to prevent the invasion from the north.

The apparent impetus for North Korea to deploy battlefield nuclear weapons to front-line units was that when Kim oversaw the testing of new short-range missiles, state media ``s frontline artillery firepower. It had been predicted since he said it would improve "dramatically." Units and "improve the efficiency of the operation of tactical nuclear weapons."

Experts say that the unusually fast pace of North Korea's tests this year has the dual intention of Kim moving the arsenal forward and putting pressure on Washington over long-term nuclear diplomacy. Emphasizes. Negotiations have been stalled since early 2019 over disagreements over the lifting of US-led sanctions on North Korea and the lifting of North Korea's disarmament measures.

Kim does not indicate his intention to completely transfer the weapon he considers to be the strongest guarantee of survival. Experts say his pressure campaign aims to get the United States to accept North Korea's view as a nuclear power and to negotiate economic and security concessions from a strong standpoint.

Recent military conferences have shown signs of preparing to carry out the first nuclear test explosion since September 2017, when North Korea claimed to have detonated a thermonuclear weapon that could be mounted on an ICBM. It was held.

Experts have used the following nuclear tests to install small nuclear warheads compatible with other weapons recently tested by North Korea, including so-called short-range missiles or hypersonic missiles. He states that he may claim to have acquired the ability to build. Long-range cruise missile. The pursuit of the multi-warhead ICBM mentioned by North Korea will also require smaller warheads.