The leader of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un, said that the creation of the nuclear armed forces has almost been completed, Yonhap reports. "Our goal (the creation of nuclear forces) is almost completed," he said.
On September 15, North Korea conducted a missile launch in the direction of Japan. At the same time, South Korea immediately responded with its ballistic missile in response to the launch of the DPRK side.
Japanese government secretary-general Yoshihide Sugi said that the North Korean missile fell 2000 km from cape Erimo on the island of Hokkaido. According to the South Korean army, the DPRK missile flew 3,700 km and reached a height of 770 km.
Earlier, US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster said that there was a military solution to the Korean question, but the US did not want to use it against DPRK.
We recall that on the morning of September 15, North Korea made another launch of the ballistic missile in the direction of Japan. The rocket flew over the Japanese island of Hokkaido towards the Pacific Ocean.