Kim Jong-un's daughter inspects another ICBM as leader praises North Korea's nuclear power

Kim joined his young daughter to inspect his troop, increasing speculation that he was paving the way for the next generation of the Kim dynasty

Kim Jong-un says North Korea intends to have the most powerful nuclear force in the world because the leader was again photographed with his daughter inspecting troops and intercontinental ballistic missiles.

"North Korea's ultimate goal is to have the most powerful strategic force in the world, absolute power unprecedented in this century," Kim said in the order promoting dozens of military officers involved in last weekend's launch of a new ballistic missile, state media reported. on Sunday.

He described the Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) as "the world's most powerful strategic weapon" and said it demonstrated North Korea's determination and ability to eventually build the strongest army in the world, which would protect the nation's dignity and sovereignty. people.

State media also showed Kim was accompanied in military checks by his daughter, whose whereabouts had not been publicly confirmed prior to last weekend's Hwasong-17 test. Ju Ae is expected to be around 12 or 13 years old, meaning that in about four to five years he will be preparing to enter university or enter military service, Michael Madden, an expert on North Korean leadership at the Stimson Center in Washington, said last week.

State media news agency KCNA described him as Kim's "most beloved" or "precious" son, a more honorable title than his previous description of Kim's "beloved" son in the previous week's delivery.

The appearance of the two would raise the possibility that the leadership of the totalitarian state could be passed on to the fourth generation of Kims. Kim is believed to have three children – two girls and a boy, experts say. Some observers believe one of the children was seen in footage celebrating the national holiday in September.

In Sunday's report, Kim was also quoted as saying North Korean scientists had made a "tremendous leap forward in the development of nuclear warhead mounting technology on ballistic missiles" and were expected to expand and strengthen the country's nuclear deterrence at an extraordinary pace. .

Kim is pictured posing with the scientists, engineers and military officials involved in the test.

According to state media, the workers pledged to defend the "absolute authority" of the party and Kim, and vowed that "our missiles will vigorously fly only in the direction indicated" by Kim.

Capable of reaching the US mainland, the launch of the Hwasong-17 on November 19 prompted the US to call for a statement by the president of the UN security council to hold North Korea accountable for its missile tests, which were prohibited by security council resolutions.

The standing committee of North Korea's Supreme People's Assembly awarded the Hwasong-17 missile the title of "Hero of the DPRK and gold star medal and class 1 order of the national flag", state news agency KCNA reported in another statement, using the country's initials. the official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

"[The missile] clearly proved to the world that the DPRK is a full-fledged nuclear power capable of countering the US imperialist nuclear supremacy and fully demonstrating its strength as the most powerful ICBM country," KCNA said. This article was written by EDUKASI CAMPUS. 

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