North Korea fires two short-range ballistic missiles

North Korea fired two ballistic missiles from the coastal Wonsan in the Japan Sea

North Korea fired two ballistic missiles from the coastal Wonsan in the Japan Sea

Pyongyang … News time

On the one hand, the world is battling the Coronavirus, and on the other, North Korea has tested two ballistic missiles on its east coast. According to the news agency, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in its statement that North Korea fired two ballistic missiles at the coast of Japan from the coastal city of Won San. “Where the world is suffering from the Coronavirus, such military actions by North Korea are highly inappropriate,” the statement said.

According to the Japan Ministry of Defense, the missiles fell some distance from Japan’s sea and economic hubs. No statement has been issued regarding the nuclear-capable North Korea missile test on Sunday, but it has tested three missiles this month. Last week, Seoul conducted two missile tests that were described as low-range missiles. A day after these missile tests, a statement from North Korea issued that the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, was called by US President Donald Trump and offered to restore the relationship, and the White House said Also confirmed.

It should be noted that North Korea is one of the few countries in the world in which no case of Coronavirus has been reported yet. But the Coronavirus has become a global outbreak so far, killing at least 32 people worldwide and infecting some seven million people worldwide. Although there have been no official case reports so far, rumors are circulating that there have been few reports of the Coronavirus in North Korea and they are being hidden by the government. Following the rumors surfaced, North Korean health professionals issued a warning that the Coronavirus could spread to the country so poor health system and malnutrition in the country will be the complete catastrophe.

According to Kim Dong-yub, a researcher at the North Korean Institute for Eastern Studies, the purpose of the experiment on Sunday is to send a message to the world that everything is normal in North Korea. North Korea has been continuing to expand its defense capabilities since the irrational end of talks between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un in Hanoi last year. Since then, despite an important meeting in June, negotiations over North Korea’s sanctions have been deadlocked. In the past, North Korea has also conducted missile tests that could directly target the US mainland. And one of those missiles recently tested is 16 times more powerful than the atomic bombing on Hiroshima. Remember that the United States and the United States impose strict global sanctions on the Korean defensive and missile program.


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