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SEOUL / WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea fired at least two missiles Friday, criticizing and requesting talks from a US agency that has imposed new sanctions on launching North Korean weapons and demanding more.
North Korea’s third missile strike in less than two weeks and the angry voices of both sides raised interest in a return to the 2017 days of “fire and rage” https://www.reuters.com/article/northkorea-missiles-idAFL4N1KU4QA threats which stopped and returned to the controversy https://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-usa-document-exclusive/exclusive-with-a-piece-of-paper-trump-called -pa-kim-go-m ‘ hand-nuclear-weapons-idUSKCN1RA2NR.
The United States criticized the recent establishment, saying it was a threat to North Korea’s neighbors and to other countries. But in a text message, a spokesman for the State Department spoke again and again.
“We remain committed to the diplomatic approach to the DPRK and invite them to participate in the dialogue. Our commitment to the defense of the Republic of Korea and Japan remains ironic,” he said, referring to North Korea and its leader’s priorities. name.
The National Security Council in South Korea held an emergency meeting and expressed “deep sorrow” over the tests and called on Pyongyang to return to talks. The Blue House president urged North Korea to respond to a request for talks.
The leader of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in South Korea says he has identified what he thinks are two short ballistic missiles (SRBMs) being dropped east of Uiju, in the North Pyongan region off the west coast of North Korea, near its border with China.
A Japanese naval officer said North Korea fired what could be a deadly weapon. Japanese journalist NHK quoted an unnamed Japanese security official as having gone down to the outskirts of the Japanese economy.
Japan’s Secretary-General of the Presidency Hirokazu Matsuno told a regular meeting that the repeated bombing of missiles “is a threat to the security of our country and our community, and is a matter of great concern to the world.”
The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command said that although the establishment did not harm the United States or its allies, it did point out “the dangers of the (North) illegal weapons program.”
The South Korean JCS said the vehicles traveled about 430 km (267 miles) to a distance of 36 km (22 miles).
This is the third time that North Korea has detonated a series of missiles since New Year’s Day, with remarkable speed for such tests. The previous two initiatives were the “hypersonic arrows,” North Korean journalists have said, or projectiles that can run faster and improve after launch.
North Korea defended the testing of the missiles as part of its defense and said the United States was deliberately developing new items and sanctions, state media said Friday, citing foreign ministers.
The ministry says the recent development of the “new” weapon is just one part of efforts to change it https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/nkorea-says-leader-kim-attended-successful-hypersonic- missile -test-2022-01-11 security forces, and did not threaten any country or harm the security of its neighbors.
The ministry’s statement warned of “strong and powerful” forces which are not known if the United States could take up arms.
The government of President Joe Biden will deliver its first sentences https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/us-imposes-sanctions-north-koreans-russian-after-missile-tests-2022-01-12 Wednesday at North Korea’s weapons program is launching several missiles since September.
Requests United Nations Security Council to take action https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-pushing-more-un-sanctions-north-korea-over-missiles-2022-01-13 against several . The North Korean people are organizations accused of violating Security Council resolutions that prohibit North Korea from developing nuclear weapons and nuclear weapons.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday the United States made it clear https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/blinken-calls-north-korea-missile-tests-profoundly-destabilizing-2022-01 – 13 had no intention of opposing North Korea and was ready to negotiate without conditions, but the trial was “very disruptive.”
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry stated that although Washington may be open to negotiations and negotiations, its actions show that it is still engaged in its “secession and impediment” policies in North Korea.
Duyeon Kim of the US-based Center for a New American Security (CNAS) said Biden should continue to punish North Korea for its missile tests and use sanctions to ban military aid funding, but if so, “We should expect to see. annoying. “