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Biden Admin Issues Rare Threat To Enhance Deterrence Against Hostile Foreign Power

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The White House issued a threat promising an overwhelming military response to any attack by North Korea, reaffirming the commitment to provide extended deterrence to South Korea.

The U.S. and South Korea aim to deter North Korea through enhanced visibility of strategic assets and joint plans to strengthen deterrence.

“The United States reaffirmed its unwavering commitment to provide extended deterrence to the ROK, backed by the full range of U.S. capabilities including nuclear,” the statement read. (Trending: Ousted Democrat Who Filmed Explicit Tape Blames Homophobia)

“Any nuclear attack by North Korea against the United States or its allies is unacceptable and will result in the end of the Kim regime, and the U.S. side reiterated that any nuclear attack by the DPRK against the ROK will be met with a swift, overwhelming, and decisive response.”

“NCG Principals reviewed the enhanced visibility of strategic assets to bolster extended deterrence, including the ballistic missile submarine the USS KENTUCKY port visit to Busan in July, B-52 strategic bomber flyover and landing on the Korean Peninsula in October, and joint observation of an ICBM test launch in November, as well as discussing future plans to demonstrate a strengthening of deterrence,” the statement added.

This announcement follows North Korea’s simulated nuclear missile strikes against South Korea.

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