The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) reported that North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. The unidentified projectiles fell into the so-called East Sea by the two Koreas. The entity specified that the rockets were fired at around noon on September 15.
The JCS statement indicates that “North Korea fired two unidentified ballistic missiles towards the East Sea ”. The last time Pyongyang launched a ballistic missile was in March. At the time they were testing what analysts considered a version of their KN-23 projectile.
That North Korean rocket has the ability to carry special trajectories that make it difficult to intercept. The Japanese Coast Guard also detected the launch of the missiles. The entity informed the local media that the projectiles fell outside the exclusive zone of the Japanese territory.
The Japanese coast guard said that at 1:38 p.m. they detected the rockets. The Japanese defense ministry detailed the procedures internal to the NHK channel. The launch comes after the Pyongyang regime claimed to successfully test a new type of long-range cruise missile.
German wave indicates that the United Nations punishes North Korea’s ballistic missile launches. The sanctions are based on the resolutions applied as punishment for their development of weapons of mass destruction.