Source Pravda.Ru

South Korea being forced to build nuclear weapons

South Korean President Park Geun-hye said that another nuclear test that North Korea may conduct will force other countries of the region create the same arsenal to ensure their safety.

"For us, it will be difficult to prevent a nuclear domino effect in the region," the President of South Korea said.

"If North Korea holds a new nuclear test, thereby the North will cross the Rubicon," said Park Geun-hye. The move, she said, would make it unnecessary to resume the talks on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

Earlier, DPRK officials stated that they would carry out nuclear tests annually. At the same time, the international community has ignored the danger posed by North Korea, despite the fact that its missiles may not fly where they should.

Comments
India does not want to cooperate with Russia on 5th generation aircraft
Russia urges USA not to play with fire in Syria
Russia urges USA not to play with fire in Syria
India does not want to cooperate with Russia on 5th generation aircraft
Men can get rid of toxins with the help of masturbation
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
Russian curler Krushelnytsky shocked and crushed by his doping test result
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
Davos Forum: Saying too much, doing too little, as usual
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
Russia urges USA not to play with fire in Syria
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
Germany to triple number of soldiers for NATO's drills to contain Russia
Woman bartender punches male visitor to death
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
Russia to wage war in five spaces
Russian curler Krushelnytsky shocked and crushed by his doping test result
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
The joke about the Dutch FM who met Putin
Russia works to calm and appease Western partners whose warships enter Black Sea
Turkey leaves NATO and Putin behind on the way to the Red Sea