The North Korean mini-hydrogen bomb recently sparked controversy across the world after North Korean authorities announced they had tested a mini-hydrogen bomb, saying the test was “fully successful” and designed to be mounted on an intercontinental ballistic missile. Which again highlights this most deadly and dangerous weapon on earth.
In a related context, North Korean Ambassador to the United Nations Han Tae-sung Tuesday described his country’s recent nuclear test as a “gift” to the United States.
In his speech to the UN-sponsored conference on disarmament in Geneva, two days after Pyongyang conducted its sixth nuclear test, South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency said the current defense measures taken by his country were a “gift” to the United States, To any other country.
In the framework of this, Sky News Arabia published an infographic showing the structure of the hydrogen bomb, how it works, the stages of nuclear testing underground, as well as facts about nuclear weapons in the world.