North Korea Conducts Simulated Nuclear Attacks on South Korea and Rehearses Rival's Occupation

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North Korea Conducts Simulated Nuclear Attacks on South Korea and Rehearses Rival's Occupation

North Korea Conducts Simulated Nuclear Attacks on South Korea and Rehearses Rival's Occupation

On Thursday, North Korea revealed that its recent missile launches were simulations of "scorched earth" nuclear strikes against South Korea and included drills for the occupation of South Korean territory in case of conflict.

North Korea Conducts Simulated Nuclear Attacks on South Korea and Rehearses Rival's Occupation

While North Korea had previously conducted tests involving nuclear-capable missiles and discussed potential scenarios for their use in conflicts with South Korea and the United States, this latest disclosure provides detailed war plans that reaffirm its aggressive nuclear posture. Experts believe that North Korea aims to use this information to intimidate its adversaries, particularly as it escalates its protests against the ongoing South Korean-U.S. joint military exercises, which it perceives as a significant security threat.

North Korea Conducts Simulated Nuclear Attacks on South Korea and Rehearses Rival's Occupation

The North Korean military reported that it had launched two tactical ballistic missiles from its capital on Wednesday night, with the purpose of practicing "scorched earth strikes" on major command centers and operational airfields in South Korea. This information comes from the official Korean Central News Agency. Additionally, North Korea's military stated that these missiles executed simulated strikes through air bursts, indicating that they had confirmed the detonation of dummy warheads at specific altitudes.







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