(ANSA) – Beijing, Jan. 17 – North Korea launches two suspicious short-range missiles east of Pyongyang’s Sunan Airport. ) Was said to have been carried out by newly developed hypersonic missiles.
“Currently, our military is monitoring and controlling related North Korean movements and is on high alert,” the Yonhap statement said, referring to an update on the number of “unidentified bullets” by the South Korean Coalition Command.
The latest launch comes three days after the launch of two short-range ballistic missiles north of the Sea of Japan, which explains the desire to test “guided missiles off the train” in a train regiment exercise. Today’s action is aimed at highlighting Pyongyang’s reliable and growing capabilities for launching missiles from a variety of platforms, including trains, sea and land structures, according to observers.
Last week, the monastic government warned the United States of a “strong and decisive reaction” following the imposition of new sanctions by the U.S. Treasury on six North Koreans involved in the regime’s weapons of mass destruction and missile programs. Obstacle to nuclear talks with US ‘.
Seoul reiterated its disappointment at the efforts above the 38th Coalition, while Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi lamented the re-launch of North Korea’s suspicious ballistic missiles, calling them “very regrettable”. (Handle).
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