The United States has developed two strategies in the event of a missile attack from North Korea. It is reported by The New York Times.
Plans thought through in the administration of President Donald trump.
One of them involves a series of cyber attacks or other means impacts on launchers of ballistic missiles of the DPRK. The second option aims to shoot down missiles using drones and fighter jets.
Senator Jack reed noted that there is a threat from North Korea and you cannot rely on one option to prevent it.
Both strategies are still experimental and the White house plans to spend on development about $4 billion. Approve the allocation of this sum is owed by Congress.
Earlier, the Pentagon stated that the only way to ensure the security of all nuclear weapons by North Korea is to carry out an invasion of the country.
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