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Monday, April 8, 2013

North Korea shows signs of preparing a new nuclear test


North Korea  gives "signs"of preparing a  fourth nuclear test , two months after the previous test that cost him a new set of international sanctions, said Monday the South Korean Unification Minister. Yes there are signs "of unusual activity around North Korea's main nuclear test site, said Ryoo Kihl-jae told a parliamentary committee, and confirmed press reports. We have detected an increase in staff and transport activity in the southern tunnel nuclear test Punggye-ri, where the regime has worked in the maintenance of the facility from its third nuclear test in February , "said the official. The activities appear to be similar to those that preceded the third test, and we are closely monitoring the site , "he added. According to news agency Yonhap , South Korea also believes that its northern neighborcould take provocative actions , including the testing of a missile attack, possibly onWednesday April 10On 12 February, North Korea successfully conducted its third nuclear test, during which detonated an atomic device compact great destructive powerThe previous two trials were conducted in 2006 and 2009. For its part, Japan on Sunday ordered their armed forces to shoot down North Korean missile all point to its territory, said Monday a spokesman for the Ministry of Defence, while, according to Seoul, Pyongyang is preparing a new nuclear test. The order of the Japanese defense minister, Itsunori Onodera, mainly involve the deployment in the Japan Sea destroyers equipped with Aegis interceptor system , the spokesperson said. "There is no news conference will convene special because we do not want to be depending on North Korean provocations , and North Korea would have directed our strategy if we gave details in public, "added the spokesman, who requested anonymity. "There is a high probability that this missile point to Japan, but we have decided to prepare for every eventuality , "a government source said the agency KyodoThe Korean peninsula is experiencing a new moment of tension from the successful launch of a North Korean rocket last December, regarded by Westerners and Japan as a shot of ballistic missile tests and a third nuclear test in February. In another order, the United States and South Korea made ​​plans to respond accordingly, but as to the actions of North Korea to avoid escalation into open warfare, reported late on Sunday the newspaper The New York TimesCiting unnamed officials, the newspaper said the plan to counter provocations but provides an immediate response proportional to North Korea, if it decides to launch a ground attack or a missile. According to the plan, any attack by Pyongyang will respond with similar weapons, the report said. If the North Koreans would bomb a South Korean island military facilities, the plan calls for a quick response with a similar intensity discharge. Kim Jang-soo, national security adviser to the South Korean president Park Geun-Hye, said Sunday that North Korea could make a test launch this week. Kim said this or other provocation could occur before or after Wednesday, the day for which North Korea diplomats suggested that Pyongyang abandon. If the North launched one of its new missiles Musudan , Pentagon officials said they would be ready to calculate its trajectory within seconds and try to tear it down if it barreled into South Korea, Japan and Guam, said the TimesBut they have no plans to do anything if the missile is launched towards the open sea , even if it passed over Japan, he added, noting that officials doubt that the regime leader of North Korea, Kim Jung-un, would risk throwing a missile against the United States or its allies. U.S. President Barack Obamaruled missile attack while on their launchers , unless there is evidence that they are loaded with nuclear warheads, which intelligence officials doubt that Pyongyang possesses, the newspaper said.

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