As It Test-Fired a New Tactical Guided Weapon, North Korea Says It Doesn't Want Sec. of State Mike Pompeo Involved In Nuclear Ta
As North Korea test-fired a new tactical guided weapon, ??The rogue nation is reportedly speaking out against Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his role in the ongoing nuclear talks.
??State media in the country said the country no longer wants to see Pompeo involved in the talks.
??The North is urging the U.S. to replace him with someone quote, “more careful and mature in communicating” ??The news agency KCNA quoted a senior official at the country’s foreign ministry who says the situation on the Korean peninsula is unpredictable.
??The White House offered no comment to Fox News but told the network that they were aware of the report of the test.
Officials told Fox that the test was likely a short-range test not a large ballistic missile.
??Meanwhile, Kim Jon Un reportedly said quote, “the development of the weapon system serves as an event of very weightly significance in increasing the combat power of the People’s Army.” ??
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang. According to CNN, Jong Un invited Jinping 15 months ago when he visited Beijing. The visit is the first by a Chinese..