North Korea's International Ballistic Missile is declared to be tested at any time and anywhere their leader Kim Jong UN sets.
On Jan. 1 Kim said that his nuclear-capable country was close to test-launching an intercontinental ballistic missile.
The ICBM will be launched anytime and anywhere determined by the supreme headquarters of the DPRK.
An unnamed Foreign Ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by the official KCNA news agency, using the acronym for the country's name.
North Korea is formally known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the capabilities of North Korea's weapons are a serious threat and that the U.S. is ready to shoot down any North Korea missile launch or test.
Crater added that they will only shoot them down if the missile is aimed on the U.S. territory or the neighboring country and allies.
On January 5, the United States said that North Korea International Ballistic Missile showed qualitative improvement after its groundbreaking launch last year.
Experts also said that North Korea has been testing rocket engines and heat-shields for an ICBM while developing the technology to guide a missile after resume into the atmosphere following a liftoff.
However, while Pyongyang is close to a test, it is likely to take some years to perfect the weapon.
North Korea's International Ballistic Missile could threaten the continental United States, which is around 9,000 km (5,500 miles) from the North.
North Korea's International Ballistic Missile have a minimum range of 5,000 km,but some are designed to travel 10,000 km or further.
According to the Reuters, South Korea defense ministry spokesman Moon Sang-gyun called North Korea's statement an infuriating announcement. He added that Pyongyang would face stronger sanctions if it were to launch an ICBM.
Unification Ministry spokesman Jeong Joon-hee said, there were no signs of any launch preparations.
Meanwhile, U.S. elected President Donald Trump declared that North Korea's International Ballistic Missile launch test won't happen.
According to the ABC News, North Korea has been under United Nations punishment since 2006 over its nuclear and ballistic missile tests.
The sanctions were tightened after Pyongyang conducted its fifth and largest nuclear test on September 9.
North Korea's International Ballistic Missile is a threat to every country near it, considering the conceited actions and verbal ways of their leader.