(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) Pyongyang will continue to take measures against military
provocations of the United States and South Korea, whose
governments remain 'openly hostile' to North Korea, DPRK leader Kim
Jong Un said on Thursday, following the launch of a Hwasong-17
intercontinental ballistic missile, trend reports citing tass .
'I will keep working to make the United States and South Korea -
who are openly hostile to our republic - realize the recklessness
of large-scale military exercises, which they frequently hold in
the Korean Peninsula zone,' North Korea's state-run Voice of Korea
radio quoted him as saying on Friday.
He threatened Washington and Seoul with 'countermeasures' if
they continue their 'military provocations' against DPRK.
The North Korean leader also pledged to 'respond to nuclear
weapons with nuclear weapons, and to open confrontation - with open
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