After the diplomatic breakdown with US, North Korea fires unidentified short range missiles
- by Atithee-Apoorva
- May 05, 2019 07:45
After the failed nuclear summit with the United States, North Korea has fired BARRELs of unidentified short-range missiles. Earlier this year, the US President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for a nuclear summit, which was a failure. Resentfully returned, the frustrated Kim Jong Un, after the summit of North's pursuit of the nuclear bombs which can evidently and accurately target the US mainlands. The summit was dissatisfying for the North Korean leader, which ended with weapon dismantlement and sanction relief.
On Saturday, there were several short-range missiles fired on the eastern coast of North Korea, which definitely has lifted a lot of issues to the forefront. Kim Jong's huge dissatisfaction after the failure of the nuclear summit might have led to this. the missiles were launched from the Hodo peninsula that covered a range of 70 km to 200kn.
After the incident, South Korea, as well as US, are analysing the details is what the South Korean presidential spokeswoman had let out. The Japan Defense Ministry did say, that there were no missiles that have endangered the security of the country or has even entered its economic zone. Clearly, Japan doesn't seem to toughen or roughening anything with North Korea, seeing the willingness of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeking to secure a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Pyongyang said it was last time testing its various modes of firing at different targets and demanded that Washington remove Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from nuclear negotiations. Kang Kyung-Wha, the South Korean foreign said in a statement, lately, he has versed with Pompeo, who had also held talks with Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono. Thus, they have communicated to cooperate and share information with each other.
While the launching of the missiles, the US president Trump was meeting with the Slovak PM, Peter Pellegrini in the oval office in Washington’s white house. North Korea's vice foreign minister said on Tuesday the United States will face 'undesired consequences' if it fails to present a new position in denuclearization talks by the end of the year.