Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Amid N. Korean threat of missile attack on U.S. Territory, Guam Governor Eddie Calvo urges residents of island not to panic.

Editor & Publisher Jeff Brown.

In a Wednesday, August 9, 2017 statement made to the Pacific Daily News publication in Guam, the governor of Guam Eddie Calvo, said that the threat level to the island has not changed and he is urging the public to remain calm. According to Pacific Daily News, "This is not the time to panic," Calvo stated to reporters at a press conference in Adelup."There have been many statements out there that have been made by a very bellicose leader, but at this point there has been no change in the security situation here in Guam." Tuesday, August 8, 2017  N. Korea threatened to attack the island of Guam, which is a U.S. Territory in the Pacific Ocean.

DPN also reported Wednesday that Governor Calvo stated that officials in Guam have confidence in defense layers that protect the island and the United States.

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