North Korea launched a ballistic missile that landed in the Sea of Japan

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North Korea launched a ballistic missile this morning that landed in the Sea of Japan. The US military’s Pacific Command inform in a statement on Tuesday.

Initial assessments predict that it was a KN-15 medium-range ballistic missile. The statement said It was launch from a land-based facility near Sinpo, North Korea.

The launch comes after a summit meeting between US President Donald Trump. Also China’s President Xi Jinping this week where adding pressure on the North to drop its arms development will take center stage.

ballistic missile Launch Two Weeks Ago:-

North Korea before also try to launch a ballistic missile two weeks ago from its east coast. As well as earlier in March fired four missiles towards Japan. Some of which landed near to 300 km (190 miles) to Japan’s coast.

The North is believe to be developing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that can hit the United States.

Some officials in the South and the United States believe Pyongyang is still some time away from mastering all the technology, which is required for an operational ICBM system. Such as again entry of the atmosphere and subsequent missile guidance in the process.

Though topping the agenda of the US-China summit in Florida will be whether Trump will make good on his threat to use crucial trade ties with China to pressure Beijing to do more to capture in the nuclear-armed North.

ts updated though North American Aerospace Defense Command office that the missile launch from North Korea did mean a threat to North America. South Korea also call the security meeting after this missile launch. In the leadership of Ruler Kim Jong-un, North Korea fire missiles into the EEZ before also.

Donald Trump has mention “take care” of the unstable situation.US military official already warned the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea that weapons technology is improving faster than expected in the country.

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