North Korea’s military spy satellite reveals the truth about the Korean Peninsula

The launch of a military spy satellite of North Korea Two weeks ago he revealed the truth. The Kim Jong Un-led regime has warned in recent hours that a “physical confrontation and war” with South Korea is only a matter of time after the collapse of a key conflict Military agreement between the two neighboring countries has been in force since 2018. A North Korean military commentator made this threat in an article published by the Korean Central News Agency, blaming the South for breaking the aforementioned pact to avoid an attack accidental military conflict at the so-called Military Demarcation Line, one of the most militarized areas in the world.

In addition, South Korea successfully launched a solid-fuel rocket this Monday. for civil purposes that carried a satellite. This is the third test of the same rocket after two others conducted in March and December 2022. This morning’s launch included technology developed by the state Defense Development Agency a booster and a satellite from Hanwha Systems from South Korea, the Defense Ministry said in a statement.

The origin of this new escalation of tensions is the successful launch of North Korea’s first military spy satellite on November 21st. Hours later, the government of the South Korean president, Yoon Suk Yeolannounced a partial suspension of the agreement known as the Comprehensive Military Agreement (CMA), seen in Seoul as a “final security barrier” to prevent unwanted or accidental clashes in the border region, which will now become “a much more volatile and…” “Dangerous.” The response from Pyongyang is categorical, predicting that Seoul will face a “total collapse” if it takes any hostile action.

The North Korean military commentator stated: “Due to the…” reckless actions by the puppet group of traitors to cancel the North-South military agreement, An extreme military confrontation has once again emerged on the Korean Peninsula, as serious as that before the adoption of the agreement. “The physical clash and war on the Korean Peninsula has become a matter of time and not a matter of possibility,” added the North Korean spokesman, who defended that the North’s deployment of the controversial military satellite “a legitimate and just right of a sovereign state“and that it makes no sense for the South to suspend the agreement in response to the launch of a satellite that is not prohibited by it.

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Pyongyang recently announced this The satellite captured images of the White House and the PentagonAmerican and British warships and military bases in South Korea and Japan.

Since the collapse of the 2018 agreement between the two countries was announced on November 22, both the North and South have committed to intensifying surveillance activities along the border. In fact, armed North Korean soldiers were spotted at outposts, while a photo published by South Korea’s Yonhap news agency showed the opening of artillery positions in the area Jangjae Island, North Korea near the south coast.

Over the weekend, North Korea’s Defense Ministry warned that any attack by the United States on its space assets would be “viewed as a declaration of war.” This warning may be in response to an alleged, yet unverified comment from an anonymous US Space Command official in which he suggested American military attack to destroy the Hermit Regime’s military satellite.

The launch of the aforementioned satellite took place on November 21 and was quickly condemned by several countries, fearing it was a “clear violation” of a UN Security Council resolution bans North Korea from using ballistic missile technology. The satellite is the Malligyong-1 and according to military observers, it appears to be a new design that includes the following Two-nozzle liquid fuel engines developed for ballistic missiles intercontinental Hwasong-15, inspired by Soviet designs. While the launch vehicle uses the same RD250 engines as North Korea’s ICBMs, the expert said Jeffrey Lewisfrom the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, claims that there are differences between the two designs.

Washington’s “double standards”

South Korean intelligence believes that the launch of the military satellite was a result of cooperation between Russia and North Korea following the summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Kim last September.

For its part, North Korea denounced this Monday what it called Washington’s “double standards” on the satellite launches of the two Koreas after the South’s launch last Friday SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, South Korea’s first spy satellite, launched from California’s Vandenberg Space Force Base.

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