N. Korea Launches Their First Missile in YEARS: Should We Be Worried?

North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) for the first time since 2017, the nation’s most significant weapons test in recent years.

The nation’s testing of the ICBM is an acceleration of its weapons program and also is raising alarm with the United States and also its global allies. The test was conducted near Pyongyang’s Sunan location, which was the location of two recent rocket tests by North Korea.

The weapon is believed to be the new Hwasongpho-17 ICBM with an estimated range of 8,100 mi.

The State News Agency of North Korea KCNA wrote, “The intercontinental ballistic missile “Hwasongpho-17″ launched at the Pyongyang International Airport, flew 1,090 kilometres for 4,052 seconds while going up to the highest altitude 6,248.5 kilometres before correctly hitting the target in the set waters over the East Sea of Korea. (Sea of Japan)”

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida claimed the rocket seems a brand-new kind of ICBM since of its extended array as well as condemned the test.

“These series of actions taken by North Korea threaten the peace and security of our country, the region, and the international community, and they are absolutely unacceptable,” Kishida said.

South Korea’s army reacted instantly by test-firing multiple ground and also air missiles into the sea in between Japan as well as the Korean Peninsula.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in vehemently chastised the North for the missile’s launch, which he said presented “a serious danger to the international community as well as the Korean Peninsula.”

This launch is the most recent in a series of weapons tests that experts state are implied to push the worldwide neighborhood to acknowledge Kim Jong Un’s regimen as a nuclear power.

The launch finished a self-imposed suspension on testing ICBMs or other nuclear weapons. North Korea stated the postponement in 2018 in prep work for diplomatic talks with President Donald Trump that while initially positive were ultimately not successful.

The nation is supposedly banned from such tests under United Nations Security Council resolutions.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki gave a statement condemning the test. Psaki stated that the Biden regime was assessing the situation together with our country’s allies.

Referring to North Korea by its official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Psaki said, “This action demonstrates that the DPRK continues to prioritize its weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs over the well-being of its people. We urge all countries to hold the DPRK accountable for such violations and call on the DPRK to come to the table for serious negotiations.”

H/T Timcast

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