Joe Biden addresses Kim Jong-Un’s “end”  of dictatorship to the South Korean leader.

Savey Wangkit Lepcha
Savey Wangkit Lepcha

On Wednesday, April 26, US President Joe Biden said that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s dictatorship will end, if he tried to cause any harm to them. Biden was clear that he would not tolerate any nuclear activities that would imply a threat to the US or its allies.

In recent weeks, Pyongyang has emphasized its nuclear aggression on the Korean peninsula. The claim states the speedy development of nuclear-armed Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs).

While standing next to Yoon Suk Yeol, the president of South Korea, in the White House. Biden was very clear about his statement that any assaults by Pyongyang were “unacceptable” for the United States.

At a joint press conference with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, Biden stated that a nuclear assault by North Korea on the United States or any of its friends or partners would be intolerable and bring an end to whichever dictatorship took such a step.

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A mutual suggestion came up that a deal between the two countries the U.S. and South Korea will strengthen their allies and eventually both of them can together respond to North Korea’s ongoing nuclear threat. It includes plans from the U.S. to reestablish the first docking of American nuclear-armed submarines which has been discontinued in South Korea for more than 40 years. It also came to a conclusion to increase training between the two nations and enhance information sharing between the two.

South Korean Leader in Response to Joe Biden

On a joint news conference between the two parties. President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea on Wednesday with US President Joe Biden made his comment that the only way to achieve peace with North Korea is through strength. He also pledged that the US would use atomic bombs in any reaction to a nuclear assault.

Yoon said that he and US President Joe Biden concurred that they can both bring about peace with superior power rather than a phony settlement dependent on the good intentions of the other party.

According to Yoon, lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula is not something that just happens.

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