North Korea Launch Ballistic Missile: North Korea does not deter its antics. He tested eight ballistic missiles. This information was given by the Joint Chiefs of Staff of South Korea.
North Korea Launch Ballistic Missile: North Korea on Sunday tested eight short-range ballistic missiles towards the sea. North Korea’s army gave this information. The Joint Chiefs of Staff of South Korea said that missiles were fired one after the other for more than 35 minutes from the Sunan area near Pyongyang, the capital of South Korea.
South Korea gave information
South Korea’s military did not say how far the missiles fell, but said that South Korea’s military has increased surveillance due to more missiles being fired by North Korea. The test comes a day after US aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan concluded a three-day naval exercise with South Korea in the Philippine Sea.
NSA will hold a meeting regarding security
South Korean President Eun Suk Yeol’s office said his National Security Advisor (NSA) Kim Sung-han would convene a meeting of the National Security Council to discuss the test. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida called for maximum efforts to gather information about the test and ensure the safety of aircraft and ships. However, there was no immediate report of damage.
‘No threat to US soldiers’
The US Indo-Pacific Command said it was aware of North Korea’s multiple ballistic missile tests, but it did not pose an immediate threat to US personnel or the region, or our allies.
Preparing to set up nuclear test center
This test is the 18th in the sequence of North Korea’s missile tests in the year 2022. Experts say that the purpose of this dogma of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is to force America to negotiate economic and security concessions. South Korean and US officials say there are signs that North Korea is making more preparations at its nuclear test center in the northeastern city of Pungye-ri.
US President Joe Biden’s special envoy to North Korea Sung Kim said on Friday that Washington is preparing for all emergency situations in close coordination with its Asian allies. The United States has insisted on imposing additional international sanctions in the event of North Korea conducting new nuclear tests, but the UN Security Council’s move appears to be unlikely.