North Korea Testes Two Dangerous Missiles, U.S. Concern Raises

Aug 17 2019 02:40 PM
North Korea Testes Two Dangerous Missiles, U.S. Concern  Raises

Pyongyang: North Korea said on Saturday that it has tested a 'new weapon' as two missiles launched on Friday under the leadership of its Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. Local media reported this. According to the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), Kim "directed the test of a new weapon again on Friday morning."

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"National defence scientists have described the test results as positive and have helped increase confidence in this weapon system," KCNA quoted Kim's statement as saying, "It is the goal of building our party's defense that we are indomitable military chow." Get the so that no one dares to provoke us.

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According to a yonhap news agency report, the KCNA has not provided any other information, including the name of the weapon. A day before the release of the report, South Korea's military said North Korea had launched two short-range ballistic missiles (projects) off its east coast.  Military experts say the missiles fired by North Korea are similar to the US's "Army Tactical Missile System" (ATSIMS), a surface-to-surface missile system.

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