Testing of missiles in the DPRK
Starts were made by the su in the coastal town of Munchon. The missiles flew about 150 km and fell into the water.
North Korea had launched several anti-ship cruise missiles, air to land in the sea of Japan. This was reported by Yonhap, citing data from the South Korean chiefs of staff Tuesday, April 14.
Stated that the starts were made by the su in the coastal town of Munchon at 07:00 am (01:00 Kiev time). The missiles flew about 150 km and fell into the water.
If the type of the tested weapons is confirmed, this will be the first launch of cruise missiles in the DPRK from June 2017.
“Military of the Republic of Korea retain a higher level of readiness, while continuing to monitor the situation and possible new missile launches,” the statement reads.
It is also reported that starts were made on the eve of the 108th anniversary of Kim Il sung the founder of North Korea and grandfather of current leader Kim Jong-UN.
We will remind, on March 29, South Korean media reported, citing military sources, that North Korea carried out a launch of two missiles in the direction of the sea of Japan. The projectiles flew approximately 230 km, the maximum height of the flight was approximately 30 km. It was the eighth and the ninth run in the last month.
Later North Korea stated that experienced large multicharged launcher.
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