North Korea fired a few ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan on Tuesday in its latest act of aggression in the region and just hours after the United States reaffirmed its offer to resume diplomacy on its weapons program .
At least one missile has been fired near its Sinpo shipyard, where Pyongyang has its submarines and equipment that can fire these submarine-launched ballistic missiles, Reuters reported, citing the chiefs of staff. South Korean Joint Forces.
The launch comes as South Korean, Japanese and US intelligence officials hold meetings in Seoul to discuss a way forward on the peninsula.
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Last week, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reviewed the powerful missiles developed to launch nuclear strikes on the American continent, as he pledged to build an “invincible” army to cope with what he faced. called the continued hostility of the United States.
The Associated Press contributed to this report
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