N. Korea promised to soon launch military satellite
Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the Deputy Director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of North Korea, said the country plans to put a military spy satellite into orbit, adding that North Korea will continue to invest heavily in the development of the sphere, RIA Novosti reports
“We have once again confirmed that the enemy is most afraid that we will have excellent tracking tools, including reconnaissance satellites. Therefore, we realise that we need to devote even more effort to the development of intelligence tools. I confirm that the DPRK military reconnaissance satellite will soon definitely enter space orbit and begin its mission,” Kim Yo Jong said.
It is also reported that North Korea will make every effort to confront and deter the United States.