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DPRK sends South Korea 'solemn warning'

Kim Jong-un stated that the country has to work on new arms systems through possible and direct threats from South Korea
11:47, 26 July 2019

 AFP 

Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un claimed the launch of two missiles as a warning to military authorities of South Korea, concerning the plans about drills in the U.S., as AFP reported.

“South Korean military monitors said the two short-range missiles fired on Thursday flew nearly 450 kilometres and 700 kilometres respectively, before splashing down in the sea between the Korean peninsula and Japan. That range would allow them to hit any target in South Korea,” the message reads.

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Kim Jong Un stated that the country has to work on new arms systems through possible and direct threats from South Korea.

“Thursday's missile tests were the first since Kim and US President Donald Trump agreed to resume nuclear talks during an impromptu meeting last month in the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea,” the news agency reads.

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Washington supposes that launching of missiles is North Korea’s negotiating tactic, and they intend to continue talks on denuclearization.

As it was reported, Trump stated the U.S. and North Korea will continue talks on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, which were deadlocked earlier.

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