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North Korea again fired ballistic missiles from east coast, Seoul military says

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Seoul. South Korea’s military said on Wednesday that North Korea had fired ballistic missiles from the east coast. “North Korea fired an unidentified ballistic missile in the East Sea,” the Seoul Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement. This development is said to be very important because US Vice President Kamala Harris is going to visit South Korea. Earlier Sunday, North Korea fired a ballistic missile.

South Korea says North Korea is increasing tensions and by repeatedly testing missiles it is showing signs of war. North Korea is trying to send an important message through missile tests twice in a row. In fact, the aircraft carrier is heading to South Korea for joint military exercises in response to the growing nuclear threat from North Korea.

Nor was he told what type of missile it was or how far it had flown. North Korea ramped up its missile testing activities at a record pace in 2022. Since 2017, it has tested more than 30 ballistic weapons, including the first intercontinental ballistic missile. North Korea continues to increase its military capabilities amid a longstanding stalemate in nuclear diplomacy. Significantly, US Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to South Korea next week after attending the funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo. In which the ever-increasing nuclear threat from North Korea should also be a major agenda.

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