South Korea: US B-1B bomber joins Military Drills, N Korea says US pushing for Nuclear War

South Korea: US B-1B bomber joins Military drills, N Korea says US pushing for Nuclear War: – On the last Wednesday, a US B-1B bomber joined large-scale US-South Korean military exercises which are at the North Korea which will be condemned and criticised as pushing the peninsula to the brink of nuclear war.

This is the tension persists and mount between the United States and the North.

The bomber flew from of Guam and joined US F-22 and F-35 stealth fighters, at the Pacific US-administered territory where the annual exercises, can be done and it is all set to come at the awaiting Friday.

The drills which will be coming in the next week after North Korea stated that it had tested its most advanced and modern intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States.

This is part of the weapons programme which was conducted in defiance of international sanctions and for its criticism and condemnation.

This is about the bomber’s flight, Geng Shuang, the China’s foreign ministry spokesman said in a regular news briefing in Beijing: “We hope relevant parties can maintain restraint and peace in the region.

North Korea regularly threatens to destroy South Korea, the United States, and Japan. The official statement coming from the KCNA state news agency stated at the weekend that US  President Donald Trump’s administration was “begging for nuclear war” by staging the drills.

It also labeled Trump, who has threatened to destroy North Korea if the United States is threatened, “insane”.

On the last Tuesday KCNA stated that the exercises in which the bomber took part are “simulating an all-out war”, including drills to “strike the state leadership and nuclear bases, and other important areas.

On the last Sunday, Lindsey Graham, the US Republican Senator urged and emphasized on the Pentagon to begin the moving US military dependents, like the spouses and children, out of South Korea, saying conflict with North Korea is perhaps all set to get close.

A few days back, Pak Myong Guk, the North Korean vice-foreign minister met with Feltman in, Pyongyang, the North Korea capital.

Here they discussed the bilateral cooperation and other issues of mutual interest, KCNA stated.

Coincidentally, the US-South Korea drills with a rare visit to the remote and isolated North by UN political affairs Chief Jeffrey Feltman.

The former senior, Feltman of the US state department official, is the highest-level UN official to stopover North Korea from the time when this incident took place on 2012.

On the last Tuesday, the state department said that he was not carrying any message from Washington.

Moon Jae-in, the South Korean President is all set to visit China next Wednesday for a summit with his counterpart Xi Jinping, Seoul’s presidential Blue House stated.

The increasing nuclear and missile capability of the North Korea is increasing missile capability and the nuclear which will be top the agenda, as per stated.

The “Vigilant Ace”, the military exercises, is designed to enhance joint the operational capability of US extended deterrence and its readiness, stated by Joint Chiefs of Staff, of the South Korea.

North Korea has heatedly and strongly criticised the drills from the weekend, stated that the exercise precipitate in South Korean and US “self-destruction”.

A proposal comes from Russia and China which said that S Korea and the US can prevent crucial military exercises in the swap for N Korea halting its weapon production.

China is North Korea’s lone crucial friend and fears widespread unsteadiness and instability on its border.

RIA news agency quoted regarding the same, Russian deputy foreign minister Igor Morgulov as stated on the last Tuesday.

North Korea has tested dozens of ballistic missiles, two of which flew over Japan, and in September conducted it’s sixth and largest nuclear bomb test.

It says its weapons programmes will be needed to defend against US plans which can be entered by force or invade. U.S.A. is having around 28,000 troops stationed in South Korea.

The legacy of the 1950-53 Korean War refused of having any such intention.