North Korea at UN warns U.S. carriers are fueling tensions

SpaceDaily.com reports: “North Korea warned at the United Nations Monday that the deployment of three US aircraft carriers in joint navy drills with South Korea was fueling tensions that could lead to nuclear war.

North Korea’s Ambassador Ja Song Nam said in a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres that this was ‘the worst ever situation prevailing in and around the Korean peninsula.’

The first such deployment of three US carriers since 2007 ‘is making it impossible to predict when nuclear war breaks out due to the US nuclear war equipment’ taking up a ‘strike posture,’ wrote the ambassador.

The four-day exercise in the western Pacific involving the USS Ronald Reagan, USS Nimitz and USS Theodore Roosevelt began on Saturday and included seven South Korean vessels including three destroyers.

The ambassador said the United States had reactivated round-the-clock sorties by B-52 strategic bombers and was making frequent flights of B-1B and B-2 bombers in the air space of South Korea.

‘The large scale nuclear war exercises and blackmails… make one conclude that the option we have taken was the right one and we should go along the way to the last,’ wrote Ja…”

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