North Korea test-fires ballistic missile again



North Korea test-fires ballistic missile again

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile This time the test was conducted off the coast of Japan, according to the military forces of South Korea and Japan. North Korea conducted the test at a time when South Korea, Japan and US intelligence chiefs were meeting in the South Korean capital, Seoul.

North Korea has long claimed to have hypersonic and long-range cruise missiles. However, the international community has said that some of North Korea's tests violate strict international sanctions.

On the other hand, the United Nations has imposed sanctions on North Korea to test ballistic missiles as well as nuclear weapons. However, the country has continued to test ballistic missiles on a regular basis, bypassing the ban.

Meanwhile, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Tuesday that the missile had been launched from the port of Sinpo, east of North Korea. Pyongyang's submarine bases are usually located here. South Korea says the missile landed in the Sea of ​​Japan.

In addition to North Korea, South Korea is also testing missiles. As a result, the Korean Peninsula is emerging as an area of ​​arms race.

South Korea has recently unveiled a missile that can be launched from a submarine. At the same time, they are going to hold the largest defense exhibition in the history of South Korea this week. The country is also considering launching its own space rocket soon.


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