US Vice President Repeats Response to Any Emergency After North Korean Missile Provocation

After Lee Han, on the way home, he posted on Twitter with a photo of his visit to the DMZ.

On the 29th (local time), US Vice President Kamala Harris, who is returning to the US after visiting South Korea, reiterated the strength of the ROK-US alliance.

Vice President Harris tweeted on the same day, saying, “The Korea-US alliance was built through common sacrifice.” “Although about 70 years have passed since the signing of the armistice, and the threat of conflict still exists, as he said in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), the alliance is in a state of crisis. We are ready to deal with it,” he said.

He also posted 4 photos from his visit to the DMZ with this article.

Although there is little difference from the comments made by Vice President Harris at the DMZ on the 29th Korean time, it can be seen that he once again emphasized the strength of the ROK-US alliance.

In particular, it can be interpreted as a warning statement about North Korea’s ballistic missile test-firing into the East Sea again as soon as it left South Korea as if it was aimed at the back of his head.

Vice President Harris previously attended the Director General of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and visited Korea to stop President Yoon Seok-yeol and toured the DMZ, including the Joint Security Area (JSA).

In this meeting, he said that the common goal of the ROK and the United States is the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and that the ROK and the United States are prepared for any crisis.

He also mentioned the promise of extended deterrence.

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