Pyongyang, May 29: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un once again demonstrated that he is not going to ease up on his nation's regular ballistic missile tests, despite the international disapproval. Pyongyang fired ballistic missile test on Monday. It a third week and a third ballistic missile test have spread an anger moment amongst its neighbors.
South Korean military sources inform thhaveNorth Korea successfully tested the third ballistic missile from Wonsan, on its east coast traveling 280 miles landed in the sea between Korea and Japan, inside Japan’s exclusive economic zone where fishing and cargo ships are active.
After the N Korean ballistic missile test, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, called a meeting of his top security officials on Monday morning to discuss the launch came after a week of the previous test.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe condemned the launch as a provocation. Abe’s chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga informed that no ships or aircraft was harmed after the launch of the ballistic missile.
The Japanese Prime Minister said, “We absolutely cannot accept North Korea’s repeated provocations despite repeated warnings by the international community”. He added that the North Korea’s ballistic missile test remains the top priorities and the Japan will support the United States and South Korea to deal with it and will make the utmost efforts to ensure people’s safety.
According to United States Pacific Command, before ballistic missile landed in the sea, the short-range ballistic missile was tracked from North Korea for six minutes. It is a ninth time that North Korea tested a ballistic missile this year.
North Korea in March launched four ballistic missiles from which three of them landed in the Japan’s economic zones raised the concern amongst them says North Korea is a threat to his neighborhood. The South Korean military on Monday said they will be keenly observing the North Korea’s signs of additional provocations.