Increased tension between North Korea and South Korea
The continuous use of ballistic missiles by North Korea in the Korean peninsula is not taking its name to stop. On Sunday, Yonhan news agency quoted South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) as saying that North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula on Sunday. Although he did not immediately give any details about it.
Even before this, North Korea on Thursday fired a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile into the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan. Explain that the South Korean and US armies are conducting an 11-day joint military exercise, which has been dubbed “Freedom Shield 23”. In such a situation, North Korea is repeatedly trying to disturb their practice by firing missiles in the sea areas. On this missile fired by North Korea, the Japan Coast Guard speculated that this missile could also be a ballistic missile.