South Korea has elite troops in the standby mode, ready to kill Kim Jong-UN, if the country feels threatened by North Korea of nuclear weapons, said the defense Minister this week.
To a question in Parliament on Wednesday whether the South Korean special forces, which could eliminate Korean leader Han Min Koo said, "Yes, we have a plan." "South Korea has the General idea and plans to use the capabilities of a precision missile target of enemy targets in key areas, and plans the elimination of the leadership of the enemy," he added.
South Korea ramped up its rhetoric against the leadership of North Korea, as Pyongyang approved, the successful test of a nuclear warhead on 9 September. This week he tested a new type of high power rocket engine which can be used for Intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The Ministry of defence said that preparing for the worst-case scenario, and assumes that North Korea is ready to conduct a sixth nuclear test.
Meanwhile, North Korea accused the United States of provocation after the flyover this week of two US bombers the B-1B flew close to the DMZ or the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea. Pyongyang said it was "perverse scenario in order to launch a preemptive nuclear strike at the DPRK," according to state news Agency KCNA.
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