North Korea launched three projectiles today as part of a new ballistic test, one week after the launch of at least two short-range missiles, according to Seoul authorities.
The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff, cited by the Yonhap agency, said the launch was made from the eastern city of Sondok and towards the Sea of Japan (East Sea for the two Koreas).
On March 2, the Pionyang regime fired what is believed to be at least two short-range ballistic missiles. from the vicinity of the city of Wonsan, facing the Sea of Japan.
The North Korean propaganda spread photos of this ballistic essay as well as rocket shuttles as part of an artillery test supervised by the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un.
That test a week ago was the first projectile test in North Korea since Kim announced in New Year that North Korea is developing a new “strategic weapon.”
Pionyang conducted thirteen weapons tests throughout 2019, a year marked by the failed Hanoi summit, in which Washington considered Pionyang’s disarmament offer insufficient and refused to lift sanctions.
Since then the talks about denuclearization between both parties remain stuck.