North Korea has re-launched at least one ballistic missile. The projectile landed in the sea. According to neighboring South Korean armed forces, it is believed to be an underwater missile.
The North Korean launch is said to have taken place in the port of Sinpo, where an important ship building is located. An insider told South Korea’s Yonhap news agency that the missile had a range of 590 kilometers and reached an altitude of about 60 kilometers.
The South Korean military has not said whether the missile was fired from a submarine or a missile base below the surface of the water. If the isolated dictatorship has the capability to launch advanced missiles from submarines, it will be very difficult to target the targets in many places around the world and pull out of the North Korean arsenal.
The U.S. military has condemned the missile launch and called on North Korea to refrain from other “destabilizing” activities. The Americans insist that this release is not seen as dangerous to their country or allies.
North Korea has long been developing ballistic missiles that can be launched underwater. The country conducted similar weapons tests in 2016 and 2019. According to analysts, the submarines were not fired by submarines, but by the installation of a special launch pad located underwater.
UN resolutions ban North Korea from testing ballistic missiles, but the country pays little attention to it. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has said that two ballistic missiles have been detected and that it is unfortunate that the country continues to test missiles.
The regime of President Kim Jong-un has been causing international unrest with advanced weapons for many years. Former US President Donald Trump tried to negotiate with Kim, but it did not lead to a breakthrough. Kim’s regime wants to get rid of the burdensome international sanctions.
Despite firing by North and South Korea last month, North Korea has fired several missiles in recent weeks. Direct contact lines Have recovered. Earlier this month, Seoul expressed confidence that talks between Koreans could resume.
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