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North Korea missile test

North Korea’s state media has claimed to have fired ballistic missiles again, while South Korea had earlier claimed that North Korea had fired two missiles earlier this month. That means the New Year is just 15 days away and North Korea has fired three missiles in a row. Earlier, North Korea tested a hypersonic missile. North Korea has fired ballistic missiles just hours after the United States imposed new sanctions on North Korea, just hours after Kim Jong Un is believed to have ridiculed Biden for launching a missile. . .

North Korea tests fast missile

North Korea tests fast missile

Due to the corona virus, North Korea has completely sealed the country’s border for the past two years and the cynical dictators are firing one missile after another inside the country. Nuclear talks with the United States have stalled, and in the midst of all this, North Korea has stepped up its missile launches. Some experts say that by testing high-speed missiles, North Korea is trying to put pressure on its neighbors, including the United States, with which it has a dispute, so that when it comes to talks with the United States, all the pressure is on the United States. And its allies but yes, not North Korea.

Ballistic missile test by train

Ballistic missile test by train

North Korea’s state-run media, the Korean Central News Agency, said the missile test was aimed at equipping North Korea’s military with the capabilities of a missile launched from a train. Shortly after being ordered to test the missile, the military quickly arrived at the launch site and fired two “strategically guided” missiles, which accurately hit the maritime target, the report said.

Photograph of a train surrounded by smoke

Photograph of a train surrounded by smoke

North Korea’s Rodong Sinmun newspaper has published pictures of two different missiles flying over a smoldering train. At the same time, Cheung Seung-chang, an analyst at South Korea’s private Sejong Institute, said North Korea may have launched a launch that was not previously planned to protest US sanctions.

Inspired by Russian missiles

Inspired by Russian missiles

Train-fired missiles appear to be a solid-fuel short-range weapon developed by North Korea, apparently after Russia’s Alexander Mobile Ballistic System, which was first tested in 2019. The missile is designed to fly at low altitudes, avoid potential missile systems and launch rapid attacks on the enemy.

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