North Korea tested a “new” anti-aircraft missile, In another military test conducted by the North Korean regime in recent weeks, state media reported on Friday (local time).
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that the North Korean military “tested a newly developed anti-aircraft missile on September 30”.
The agency said that the “significant combat effectiveness” of the missile “has been demonstrated by the introduction of new key technologies”.
The nuclear-armed Pyongyang regime conducted other military tests in the past week, including a gliding hypersonic missile, much faster and more difficult to intercept than normal interceptions.
Testing of this technology, which could theoretically be up to five times the speed of sound, sparked an immediate international reaction.
The United States, the United Kingdom and France requested a The emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council, to be held on Friday to discuss these North Korean trials.
United Nations Security Council resolutions have banned North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile program, which is subject to multiple international sanctions over the issue.
However, the regime led by Kim Jong Un shows no sign of wanting to give up its arsenal, which considered necessary to protect themselves from the United StatesSouth Korea, an ally of South Korea, has 28,500 soldiers stationed in that neighboring country.
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