Trump disagrees with Japanese Prime Minister over missile launches in DPRK

Source : 112 Ukraine

Shinzo Abe says North Korean launches violate UN resolutions
20:40, 25 August 2019
Open source
U.S. President Donald Trump disagrees with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe over missile launches from North Korea. This was reported by Reuters.

According to the President of the United States, the launches conducted by North Korea do not violate the agreement, since the DPRK does not conduct nuclear tests, but launches short-range missiles.

In turn, the Prime Minister of Japan said that with the launch Kim Jong-un violates the UN resolution. Also, according to Abe, he maintains a dialogue between the United States of America and North Korea.

DPRK reported successful testing of a new missile launcher. This was stated by Yonhap, as it cited the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea.
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The DPRK notes that the tests of the "supermassive" missile launcher were carried out on August 24 under the leadership of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Two shells were launched in the Sea of ​​Japan from the Sondek area. The characteristics of the rocket launcher are not disclosed.

It was previously reported that the missiles were launched with an interval of 15 minutes. They covered a distance of 380 km and reached a maximum height of 97 km.

This missile launch is already the seventh one since the end of July.

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