North Korea fired an “unidentified missile,” the South Korean military said on Tuesday, less than a week after Pyongyang claimed to have fired a hypersonic missile. South Korea’s coalition leaders said in a statement that the missile was fired into the sea east of the Korean Peninsula, without elaborating. The Japanese Coast Guard also reported the shooting “Similar to a ballistic missile”.
Last week, six countries, including the United States and Japan, called for an end to North Korea “Random activities” Ahead of the UN Security Council’s closed door meeting on the launch of the Pyongyang hypersonic missile. By 2021, North Korea, equipped with nuclear weapons, said it had successfully tested a new type of land-to-air missile (SLBM), a long-range cruise missile, a weapon launched from a train, and what he described. As a hypersonic warship.
Tuesday’s article comes as Pyongyang refuses to respond to US calls for talks. At a meeting of the country’s ruling party, President Kim Jong Un – behind the country’s rapid advances in military technology, promised to continue building military capabilities, not to mention the United States, at the expense of international sanctions.