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US worried about North Korea's 'pretty good nuclear capability' amid World War 3 fears

THE WORLD should be “concerned” about North Korea’s “pretty good missile capability”, according to a White House source. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Americans should be concerned about North Korea’s nuclear capability. According to Mr Kelly, Pyongyang "is developing a pretty good nuclear re-entry vehicle". He said: "The American people should be concerned about a state that has developed a pretty good ICBM capability and is developing a pretty good nuclear re-entry vehicle.



"I would believe, I think I speak for the administration, that that state simply cannot have the ability to reach the homeland. For a missile to hit its target successfully it would have to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere without breaking up. The Chief of Staff’s comments suggest that North Korea is close to achieving its goal. Mr Kelly added: “Right now we think the threat is manageable but over time if it grows beyond where it is today, well, let's hope that diplomacy works." It comes as South Korean and US military officers have spoken on the phone to discuss cooperation. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Jeong Kyeong-doo and his US counterpart, Joseph Dunford, spoke by phone. Dunford stressed the US-South Korea alliance remains firm and their military relations will advance further, according to Jeong’s office. THE WORLD should be “concerned” about North Korea’s “pretty good missile capability”, according to a White House source. John Kelly said Americans should be concerned about North Korea’s nuclear capability White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Americans should be concerned about North Korea’s nuclear capability. According to Mr Kelly, Pyongyang "is developing a pretty good nuclear re-entry vehicle". He said: "The American people should be concerned about a state that has developed a pretty good ICBM capability and is developing a pretty good nuclear re-entry vehicle. "I would believe, I think I speak for the administration, that that state simply cannot have the ability to reach the homeland.



The Chief of Staff’s comments suggest that North Korea is close to achieving its goal. Mr Kelly added: “Right now we think the threat is manageable but over time if it grows beyond where it is today, well, let's hope that diplomacy works." It comes as South Korean and US military officers have spoken on the phone to discuss cooperation. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Jeong Kyeong-doo and his US counterpart, Joseph Dunford, spoke by phone.



Dunford stressed the US-South Korea alliance remains firm and their military relations will advance further, according to Jeong’s office. North Korea: Behind the headlines, propaganda and politics Wed, October 11, 2017 See the real North Korea, behind the headlines, propaganda and politics.
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