MOSCOW (Sputnik) — North Korea has released six propaganda posters that depict missiles striking the US mainland, South Korean media reported on Friday following the recent escalation of military rhetoric between Pyongyang and Washington.
For example, two of the posters, entitled "Answer of Korea!" and "The whole U.S. mainland is in our striking range!" described the North Korean army's resolution to carry out preemptive strikes on the aggressor's military bases, according to the agency.
In an effort to de-escalate the situation in the region, in June, Russia and China proposed a "double freeze" scenario, in which North Korea would cease its nuclear missile tests, and the United States and South Korea would in turn halt their military drills. The initiative was rejected by Washington, while Pyongyang has not yet issued an official response on the matter.