A strategic bomber of the US Air Force first flew along the DPRK border
Information Agency Renhap (Republic of Korea) reports that for the first time an American bomber flew along the border of Kazakhstan and North Korea. We are talking about a supersonic strategic bomber B-1B (Lancer) USAF. In South Korea, this flight along the demilitarized zone on the border of two Korean states was called "an unprecedented and decisive signal to Pyongyang."
The report says that an American military aircraft flew from east to west approximately 25-30 km from the demilitarized zone, reached the American Rodriguez test site in Gyeonggi-do Province, and then turned around and headed back to the Osan base.
The US military command has not yet commented on this flight, although without the comments of the Pentagon it is clear that the States are committing another provocation against not only North Korea, but also regarding the security of the entire East Asian region. It can be expected that the official Pyongyang will not leave this case without its attention, which may entail another round of tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
Meanwhile, in the Republic of Korea, it is believed that demonstration of force from the United States in the direction of the DPRK is the right move. As an argument of "correctness", information is provided on how the DPRK passed tests of a new rocket engine capable of becoming an element of a rocket for launching satellites into orbit. In South Korea, they say that this rocket engine will be used as an engine for the delivery of nuclear warheads.
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