December 7, 2022

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North Korea's missile launch was a 'tactical exercise' led by Kim Jong Un |  North Korea

North Korea’s missile launch was a ‘tactical exercise’ led by Kim Jong Un | North Korea

North Korea’s missile launches in recent weeks were part of a tactical nuclear exercise the country conducted from September 25 to October 9. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised and supervised the training. This was reported by the North Korean news agency KCNA today.

“KPA units tasked with using tactical nuclear weapons conducted military exercises from Sept. 25 to Oct. 9 to verify and evaluate the capability of nuclear deterrence and counterattack,” the Korean Central News Agency wrote. The news agency speaks of a “severe warning to the enemies.”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has promised to step up military operations in the country in the future and said he does not want to hold talks with his opponents. The North Koreans say the ballistic missile, launched on October 4 over Japan, is a newly developed missile designed to give a stronger and clearer warning to the country’s enemies.

North Korea has launched a total of seven ballistic missiles since September 25. © via Reuters

North Korea has launched a total of seven ballistic missiles since September 25. The two neighboring countries, South Korea and Japan, strongly condemned the tests, as did the United States. The three countries responded with their missile tests and military exercises in the air, among other things.

North and South Korea are still at war with each other. That’s because the Korean War of the last century ended with a ceasefire, not a peace agreement. Kim Jong Un’s regime has caused a lot of international turmoil in recent years by conducting nuclear and missile tests.

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