The deputy head of the department of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, the sister of the DPRK leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Ye-jong criticized all the comments regarding the unreliability of rocket launches, saying that the capabilities of North Korean missiles should not be underestimated.
The puppet gangsters and their pathetic experts have no choice but to pretend they are extremely concerned when our ICBMs fail testing or re-entry into the atmosphere. Who knows, perhaps for them this is self-consolation. On the contrary, this should be, first of all, a cause for concern for us, but I don’t understand why everyone is so concerned about other people’s weapons
– Kim Ye-jeong.
According to the politician, foreign experts constantly underestimate the capabilities of North Korea's strategic weapons, which in fact is another attempt at disinformation. As the deputy head of the department of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of the DPRK noted earlier, her country will continue to develop the space program, the primary task of which is the development of military satellites, even in spite of the sanctions. In her opinion, all this will contribute to the security of the country and its people.
The North Korean authorities did not disregard the adoption by Japan of a new national security strategy. According to Pyongyang, the buildup of Tokyo's military power is a violation of the UN Charter, posing a threat to security in the region.
Recall that the DPRK began developing a ballistic missile since the early 1990s of the last century, and by the end of the decade, Pyongyang adopted the Nodong-1 single-stage liquid-propellant medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM). North Korea has conducted more than 30 tests of its missiles this year alone. In early 2022, the North Korean authorities announced the third successive launch of a hypersonic missile. The country's Foreign Ministry has repeatedly spoken out about the adoption of such measures, which are a response to provocations organized by the United States and its military allies, thereby creating hotbeds of tension around the Korean Peninsula.