Nuclear threat: South Korea will ‘respond firmly’ to Kim Jong Un

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Nuclear threat: South Korea will ‘respond firmly’ to Kim Jong Un” – below is their description.

Nuclear threat: South Korea will ‘respond firmly’ to Kim Jong Un. South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol said on North Korea’s missile and nuclear weapons programs have reached a level where they pose a threat to regional and world peace.

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