North Korea Launches First “Tactical Nuclear Attack Submarine” in Historic Ceremony
In a momentous event attended by Kim Jong Un, North Korea proudly unveiled its first “tactical nuclear attack submarine.” The news of the submarine’s launch was announced through North Korean state media, with the Korean Central News Agency declaring it as the dawn of a ”new era of Juche-oriented naval force,” reflecting the state ideology.
“The majestic birth of the first underwater nuclear attack ship… heralded the beginning of a new chapter for bolstering up the naval force of the DPRK and made clearer the steadfast will of the WPK and the government of the DPRK to further strengthen the state nuclear deterrence both in quality and quantity and by leaps and bounds for regional and global peace and security,”
This significant development solidifies North Korea’s nuclear arsenal, which is considered their national prestige and the absolute power of the Republic. It fulfills the long-cherished wish of the nation, reinforcing the irreversible status of the state. Voice of Korea shared Kim’s speech during the launching ceremony, where he emphasized the symbolic power of the new nuclear attack submarine:
“The nuclear attack submarine, which has been used as a symbol of aggression against the republic for the past decades, now symbolizes our threatening power to terrorize unscrupulous enemies. The fact that it is a new type of attack submarine of our own that the world has never known before is truly an auspicious occasion that all our people will welcome.”
Furthermore, Kim revealed plans to convert all medium-sized submarines in North Korea’s possession to the model of the new nuclear tactical attack submarine. According to the Nuclear Threat Initiative, North Korea currently has 20 conventional submarines. These submarines, along with the new addition, contribute to the country’s fleet of 83 submarines, which includes two ballistic missile submarines, 21 mini submarines, and 40 coastal submarines.
With this historic launch, North Korea takes a significant step towards building an advanced maritime power, as envisioned by the Workers’ Party of Korea and its revolutionary and industrial warriors.
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