North Korea has most likely assembled two missiles attempted to be intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and put them on versatile launchers for test-terminating in the near future. Yonhap news reports this citing the military authorities.
The two rockets are evaluated to not surpass 15 meters long, making them shorter than the North's current ICBMs.
The DPRK seems to have deliberately released information about the new rockets to send a "key message" to the approaching administration of Donald Trump who takes office on Friday.
The authorities didn't give the correct date to when they are going to launch the missiles, in spite of the fact that it is evaluated that the U.S. identified them on Monday when the U.S. Naval force speedily moved its ocean based X-group radar framework toward the western part of the Pacific Ocean from oceans off Hawaii.
The North Korea is broadly expected to test the missiles during the Trump government highlights its arrangements toward the communist state or around the yearly Seoul-Washington joint military drills start in March.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said the nation had come to the "last stages" of ICBM advancement. President-elect Trump reacted with a tweet two days after that saying the likelihood of the North building up an atomic weapon equipped for coming to the U.S. "won't happen!"