Seoul: Despite sanctions from the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), North Korea continues its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. North Korea has reportedly fired a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan, citing South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).
North Korea tests rapid missile
Earlier, the South Korean military said North Korea had fired an unidentified missile into the Sea of Japan, but could not release further details, according to a report on our affiliate website WION. We tell you that North Korea has been conducting missile tests for some time. However, the United Nations has imposed sanctions on North Korea for testing missiles and nuclear weapons.
The Japanese Coast Guard has issued a warning
The Japanese government considers the missile fired by North Korea to be a ballistic missile. Now considering the danger, the Japanese Coast Guard has warned ships for a possible test. The Japanese Coast Guard has issued a maritime security alert. However, it is not clear which target the missile was aimed at. At the same time, recently, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida stressed the need to increase defense capability by increasing Japan’s defense budget.
South Korea called a meeting
South Korea’s president’s office has convened a meeting of the National Security Council to discuss missile launches. We tell you that after a month of peace, North Korea has resumed its nuclear tests.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s special envoy to North Korea, Sang Kim, is scheduled to meet with U.S. allies in Seoul in the coming days to discuss resumption of talks with North Korea.
Let us tell you that the nuclear talks between Washington and Pyongyang have been stalled for more than two years. North Korea has refused to accept the Biden administration ‘s plans to start talks without conditions. On behalf of North Korea, it has been said that the United States must first abandon its hostile policy.
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