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SEOUL – South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol said on Tuesday that North Korea is not getting any benefit from its nuclear weapons as it seeks to bolster the isolated country’s ability to attack its southern neighbor.

According to Yonhap, Yun told reporters, “North Korea is advancing its nuclear development and is threatening not only the Republic of Korea but also the world,” referring to South Korea by its official name.

“I believe there is nothing to be gained from nuclear weapons.”

On Monday, North Korean state media said: Leader Kim Jong Un led nuclear tactical exercises South Korea has been targeted over the past two weeks in protest at recent joint naval exercises involving an aircraft carrier by South Korean and US forces.Reuters South Korea’s Yun says North Korea has nothing to gain from nuclear weapons

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