The Japanese government said the projectile appeared to have fallen outside the so-called Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
North Korea launched this Saturday (local date) which South Korean officials believe is a missile sea side ballistics Japan (also known as the East Sea). South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) reported Pyongyang’s ninth launch this year in a brief statement sent to reporters. The last such test came less than a week after the regime claimed to have launched another projectile as part of its development of a reconnaissance satellite and four days before the presidential election. South Korea, The statement sent by the JCS chiefs said, “Our forces have detected a projectile that we launched into the East Sea from the Sunan area at 8:48 a.m. (8:48 a.m. Friday in Brasilia), a ballistic missile.” admit.”
Sunan is the district of Pyongyang where the city’s international airport is located and is the site from which the regime launched another ballistic missile a week ago. In a previous test, the regime claimed to have tested a projectile as part of its development of a reconnaissance satellite. The Japanese government also said it believed today’s launch involved a ballistic missile, similar to last week’s, and that the projectile appeared to have fallen outside Japan’s so-called Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). The President’s Office in Seoul called a meeting of the National Security Council (NSC) to discuss the launch.
*With EFE information