10 Dec 2015

We have hydrogen bomb: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un

We have hydrogen bomb: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un
We have hydrogen bomb: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un Thursday said his country has developed the hydrogen bomb, a step up from the less powerful atomic bomb.

Kim made the comments he visited the Revolutionary Site Pyeongchon, marking the exploits of his father who died in 2011 and his grandfather, the founder of the state and the eternal President, Sung said Agency official KCNA news.

The work of Kim Il Sung "transformed the DPRK (North Korea) in a nuclear power state ready to detonate an atomic bomb and reliable standalone am-Bomb to defend its sovereignty and dignity of the nation," KCNA quoted as saying .

A hydrogen, or thermonuclear, the camera uses the merge in a chain reaction that results in a much more powerful explosion. North Korea has already tested three atomic bombs, which rely on nuclear fission.

Outside experts were "skeptical", an agent of the South Korean intelligence claims saying Kim was nothing but 'rhetoric' for domestic consumption.

"We have no information that North Korea has developed a bomb ... and we do not believe that North Korea has the technology to produce a bomb h," the official told Agence Yonhap News.
The North has made numerous unverifiable structured settlement annuity companies strength of nuclear weapons, including  the ability to hit the American continent, which rejects most of the experts - at least for now.

North Korea conducted underground tests to trigger nuclear devices in 2006, 2009 and 2013, for which he has been subject to UN Security Council sanctions prohibiting trade and financing activities that facilitate its program armament.

Despite the underground tests, the country was seen as short of achieving the ability to put a nuclear warhead on a missile.

"I think it is unlikely that they have a bomb yet, but I'm expecting to keep testing basic units indefinitely, either," said Jeffrey Lewis of the California Institute of International Studies Middlebury to Monterey.

Main ally of North Korea, China said it had noted reports claim Kim H-Bomb but offered no opinion as to its credibility.

The situation on the Korean peninsula "is always complex and fragile," spokesman for Foreign Ministry Hua Chunying said in Beijing. "We hope all parties can do more to maintain peace and stability," said Hua.