According to Reuters, Pyongyang is believed to have conducted another weapon test. Fumio, the Japanese prime minister, stated that Pyongyang launched two missiles against Japan on Tuesday.
According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, the missile test occurred on Tuesday at 10:17 AM local time. According to the South Korean military, at least one missile was launched from Sinpo, a port in South Hamgyong Province.
Seoul’s military stated that they had been carrying out a launch but did not provide any other information. “thorough analysis”The situation was shared with US counterparts. According to a South Korean newspaper, JoongAng Daily, the projectile could have been a submarine-launched missile (SLBM). According to the source, Sinpo has a naval base that is used as a test site for missiles and submarines.
The Japanese government reported in the meantime that Pyongyang fired not just one but two missiles, and the Japanese PM Kishida called the tests. “very regrettable,”According to Reuters.
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The launch comes on the eve of a trilateral meeting between South Korean, US and Japanese spy chiefs in Seoul, which was reportedly set for Tuesday, and is to feature US Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, head of South Korea’s National Intelligence Service Park Jie-won, as well as Japan’s Cabinet Intelligence Director Hiroaki Takizawa.
These officials will be discussing the security situation in the peninsula, as well as the recent South Korean proposal from President Moon Jaein that the US and North Korea sign a peace statement to end the 50-1953 war. The proposal made by Moon during his speech at the UN General Assembly last month seemingly struck a chord with Pyongyang’s leadership. Kim Yojong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jongun described it as “an enlightening experience.” “interesting and good idea,”She also noted she was just expressing her feelings “personal opinion.”
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Pyongyang is not planning to stop its missile testing, but it has launched a number of missiles, including a cruise missile with a long range and an alleged anti-missile. “hypersonic”Since September, signs have indicated that there has been a thaw in relations between Seoul and Pyongyang.
The Koreas opened a hotline for cross-border communications earlier this month. Kim stated that his country had reopened the line. “neither aim nor reason”Provoke its southern neighbor.
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