North Korea Ballistic Missiles: North Korea fired ballistic missile, air strike alert

Publish Date: 02 Nov, 2022 |
 

North Korea has fired missiles once again. North Korea has fired 10 missiles one after the other after criticism of US joint military exercises with South Korea. One of these missiles has fallen near South Korea. South Korea's tension has increased after the missile was fired. South Korea has issued an air strike alert on its eastern island.

War threat in East Asia

North Korea's missile launch has deepened the threat of war in East Asia. On Wednesday, November 2, 2022 morning, air raid sirens suddenly started screaming in many cities of South Korea due to 3 ballistic missiles released by North Korea. However, it was fortunate that these short-range SRBM missiles did not fall in any populated area but in the East Sea. 

According to the South Korean government, these missiles were launched from a site in or near the North Korean city of Wonsan. The Early Warning System had given this information at 8:51 local time. One of the three missiles fell into the sea near the Northern Boundary Line (NLL). 

South Korea gives statement

Kang Shin-chul, director of the Joint Chiefs of Operations Staff, told reporters, "The North Korean missile launch is very unusual and unacceptable. As it first dropped near South Korean territorial waters south of the northern border line". The Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, an air strike warning was issued on Ullungdo Island. Which was shown on national television and a warning was issued to residents. The military said a Pyongyang missile had landed in international waters south of the northern border line, a disputed maritime boundary between the two countries.

 

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