The White House expects North Korea could begin hostilities as early as October

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The White House expects North Korea could begin hostilities as early as October

The administration of US President Joe Biden is expressing concern about the possible outbreak of hostilities by North Korea at the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin in October this year. NBC News reports this, citing sources in the White House.

North Korea may engage in provocative actions as part of the growing alliance between North Korea and Russia, according to the Biden administration. This cooperation, according to American officials, could significantly expand Pyongyang's nuclear capabilities and increase tensions in the Asia-Pacific region.

The "October Plan," as the White House calls it, suggests that North Korea could take aggressive action ahead of the US presidential election. The Biden administration believes the moves are aimed at helping former President Donald Trump return to the White House.

Despite such loud statements, the United States does not have any real evidence and most likely the statements are aimed at discrediting Russia and the DPRK on the world stage.

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