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NK Says “Trump Declared War”, Threatens To Shoot Down Pindo Jets
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Sep 25 2017

Having raged at Pres Trump’s “suicide mission” on Saturday, NK’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho called for an impromptu press conference this morning following Pres Trump’s extended travel ban, in which the diplomat said that Trump’s recent tweet that DPRK’s leadership would not be around much longer amounted to “a declaration of war” and added that NK has “every right to take counter-measures against Pindostan,  including to shoot down pindo jets outside the DPRK’s airspace” as part of its right to self-defense under the UN charter. Ri said outside a hotel near the UN HQ on Monday, as he was leaving after a week of UNGA meetings in New York:

The UN Charter acknowledges member states’ right of self-defense. As Pindostan has declared a war, even though its strategic bombers don’t cross our border, we will come to own all rights to respond for self-defense including shooting down its planes at any time. All options are on the table for NK response. The whole world should clearly remember it was Pindostan who first declared war on our country. Since Pindostan declared war on our country, we will have every right to make countermeasures, including the right to shoot down pindo strategic bombers even when they are not inside the airspace border of our country.

Referring to Trump’s assertion that the NK leadership may not “be around much longer,” Ri said that the question of “who would be around much longer will be answered” by NK. As shown in the following clips, Ri did not hold back:

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