Kim Jong-un's European ally sent threat: 'North Korea can destroy us with three bombs'
We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. North Korea launched three missiles today, including a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile. North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, has repeatedly threatened the West with talk of nuclear weapons during his ten years in power, his allies also having made similar claims.
In 2017, a man who has been descibred as representing North Korea on the international stage claimed that North Korea could destroy the entire world with just "three or four" thermonuclear bombs. Alejandro Cao de Benos, a Spaniard who says he is a "special delegate" of the regime in Pyongyang added: "No one will touch North Korea—if they touch it the people will defend it with guns and missiles. During his interview with Argentine website Infobae, he also said: "Korea is perfectly prepared with nuclear and thermonuclear weapons.
Mr Cao de Benos said that while the US "has many more missiles than Korea", it was "not a question of quantity but of the potency of the detonation". He added: "One thermonuclear bomb is 100 times more powerful than a nuclear one.
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