South Korea now conducted missile test after North Korea

Seoul: North Korea and South Korea, one of the two biggest enemies of the World, may have come together before the world, but the bitterness between the two countries is still not over. South Korea has said it has test-fired its first underwater missile. A few hours earlier, North Korea tested two ballistic missiles on the Seaside.

A statement from the office of South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Moon witnessed the test-firing of a country-made submarine-launched ballistic missile on Wednesday afternoon. According to the statement, the missile, launched from a 3,000-tonne submarine, covered the previously determined distance before reaching the target. Ahead of the announcement, South Korea on Wednesday morning said that North Korea might have launch two ballistic missiles.

South Korea has said after North Korea fired ballistic missiles that our Army and US intelligence officials are collecting more information about the incident. The United Nations (UN) will not impose new restrictions on North Korea's firing of new missiles as it was not a long-range missile.

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