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North Korea fires 2nd Missile within 2 days into the Pacific Ocean.

North Korea has fired 2nd Missile into the pacific ocean within 48 hours. Says it was a test of it's Nuclear Capabilities.

The South Korean military reported that North Korea launched an unidentified ballistic missile on Monday. It is second in less than 48 hours and a day after joint US-South Korean maneuvers.

According to the official Yonhap news agency, Seoul’s Joint Chief of Staff stated that North Korea launched an unidentified ballistic missile on Monday into the East Sea. Also often known as the Sea of Japan.

On Monday morning, the prime minister of Japan’s office tweeted, “North Korea has launched a suspected ballistic missile.” In reaction to a North Korean ICBM launch the previous day, the United States and South Korea also conducted combined air drills on Sunday. Further using a strategic bomber and stealth fighter jets.

The Missile, according to Japan, flew for 66 minutes before landing in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

North Korea claims it was to test its missiles

In response to the upcoming military exercises between the United States and South Korea. North Korea threatened to take additional drastic measures. It claims that its most recent intercontinental ballistic missile test can increase its ability to launch “fatal” nuclear attacks against its adversaries.

The North is exploiting the drills of its enemies as an opportunity to increase its nuclear capability. Further to increase its leverage in future negotiations with the United States. As seen by Saturday’s ICBM test, the first missile test by the North since Jan. 1. According to a specialist, North Korea might try to operate its ICBMs on a regular basis.

According to North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency, the Hwasong-15 ICBM launch planning was happening “suddenly”. Kim Jong Un gave express orders on Saturday at daybreak to test the missile.

The launch, according to KCNA, was intended to assess the weapon’s dependability and the nation’s nuclear force’s readiness for combat. As per the report, the missile was launched at a high angle. Travelling a distance of about 990 kilometers (615 miles), reaching a maximum altitude of about 5,770 kilometers (3,585 miles), and then precisely hit a target area in the waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.

Do you think North Korea’s constant Missile tests and jabs at other nations can be harmful? North Korea already has a negative reputation in terms of relations with other nations. Can this further harm its relations?

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