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North Korea Test It's Missile, Preparing A Counter Against South Korea and US Joint Excercise

  • Posted on February 19, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav

North Korea Test It's Missile:-

On Saturday, February 18th, North Korea launched a long-range missile, just days after warning against joint military drills between South Korea and the United States. This latest missile test marks the first provocation by North Korea under the newly inaugurated Biden administration. According to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff, the missile was fired from the North's eastern coastal region and flew about 450 kilometers (280 miles) before crashing into the sea. This latest test is likely to increase tensions in the region and exacerbate an already volatile situation.   North Korea Test It's Missile North Korea Test It's Missile

North Korea has a long history of provocative missile tests and has repeatedly defied international sanctions aimed at preventing the country from developing nuclear weapons. While North Korea has not tested a nuclear weapon since 2017, it has continued to develop its missile capabilities, and analysts suggest that the country is moving closer to developing an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States. The missile launch comes just days after North Korea warned the United States and South Korea against holding joint military exercises, which the North considers a rehearsal for an invasion. North Korea has long opposed the exercises, which it sees as a direct threat to its security. Despite the warning, South Korea and the United States went ahead with their joint exercises, albeit on a smaller scale due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. The exercises included computer simulations and staff-level consultations rather than large-scale maneuvers.

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The launch of this latest missile will likely further strain relations between North Korea and the new Biden administration, which has signaled its intention to pursue a more diplomatic approach to North Korea than its predecessor. However, the missile launch underscores the difficulty of finding a peaceful resolution to the longstanding tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

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