Red Ginseng fires 2 more missiles, confirming the right to protect themselves I don’t care that the US has just added more sanctions.

North Korea fires two more missiles – On Jan. 14, AFP reported that South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said: Two short-range ballistic missiles fired from North Korea’s Pyongan province were detected at 2:41 p.m. and 2:52 p.m. local time. The missile travels at a distance of 430 km and at an altitude of 36 km and is under analysis for specifications.

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Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said the weapon had fallen outside Japanese territorial waters, adding that repeated North Korean missile tests indicate the North’s government aims to improve its missile launching technology.

The latest weapons test is North Korea’s third in just a week this year. After just testing a missile that claims to be supersonic. (Hypersonic) on Jan. 5 and Jan. 11, and came just hours after North Korea warned of retaliation. “Tough and certain” on new US sanctions on five North Korean individuals involved in the country’s missile programme.

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Earlier, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken urges North Korea to sit down to negotiate with the United States It said it had no intention of being hostile to the regime of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. And that North Korea appears to be trying to attract attention by launching missiles.

North Korea’s foreign ministry pledged not to renounce its right to self-defense today. and accused the United States of deliberately aggravating the situation “If the United States takes such a confrontational stance, North Korea will be forced to become stronger and have some kind of reaction to this issue.”

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