After two missiles, on January 5 and 11, North Korea launched its third missile on Friday. The South Korean military is talking about an “unidentified missile” as the Japanese Coast Guard tries to figure out where it fell.
North Korea fired an unidentified missile, the South Korean military said Friday, adding that it would be Pyongyang’s third test in ten days. South Korea’s joint chief of staff has said the missile was aimed at the East Korean Peninsula.
The Japanese Coast Guard said it had detected one or more ballistic missiles fired by North Korea at 2:55 pm (6:55 am in Switzerland).
The tone is between Washington and Pyongyang
Despite international sanctions against its banned arms programs. Pyongyang has already launched two missiles, offered as hypersonic, since the beginning of the year. One on January 5 and the second on January 11. D.Second The raid, led by President Kim Jong-un, led to US sanctions against five people linked to North Korea’s missile program.
A North Korean foreign ministry spokesman accused the United States of “deliberately aggravating the situation.” “If the United States adopts such a confrontational approach, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea will be forced to react in a strong and decisive way,” the spokesman said, according to the official KCNA news agency.
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