14 ene 2022 06:03 GMT
The Joint Chiefs of Staff reported to South Korea about the launch.
North Korea fired on Friday Two suspected ballistic missiles to the Sea of Japan, according to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, Picks Yonhap Agency.
Military authorities in Seoul reported that the neighboring country fired “short-range” projectiles from North Pyongan Province, an area in northwest China bordering China. According to the agency, the South Korean military “monitors and maintains moves related to North Korea.” A firm stand of readiness“.
The South Korean agency notes that this is the third time that Pyongyang’s missiles have been launched in 10 days s This comes just three days after North Korea announced that it had successfully tested a missile.”Supersonic speedthat flew a thousand kilometers and reached its target.
Also, on January 5, North Korean authorities too mentioned About the “hypersonic” missile test that “carried out lateral movement 120 kmThey added that the hypersonic warhead flew from the azimuth of the initial launch to the azimuth of the target located at a distance of 700 km and hit it with accuracy.
It is worth noting that the United States on Wednesday proposed imposing new sanctions by the United Nations on North Korea over these recent launches. The United States proposes sanctions from the United Nations Following North Korea’s launch of six ballistic missiles since September 2021‘,” reported Linda Thomas Greenfield, Permanent Representative of the United States. to the organization.
In response, a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman warned on Friday that Pyongyang would have to respond.Stronger and saferHe declared that he was “in the face of Washington’s actions.” He declared that if the United States adopts this confrontational stance, the DPRK will be forced to respond in a more forceful and meticulous manner.
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