North Korea, Seoul: Unidentified Bullet Launched – Last Hour

(ANSA) – SEUL, 27 FEB – North Korea has launched “an unidentified bullet” towards the east. This was reported by the Seoul military.

This is the eighth initiative of its kind since the beginning of the year, according to a short note from the South Korean Joint Staff Command. With nuclear negotiations with the United States in prolonged stalemate, Pyongyang carried out seven tests of missiles including ballistic missiles in January, including the most powerful since 2017, suspending all activities in the Olympic period with analysts who motivated the decision as a deference to China. The last test dates back to the end of January when an intermediate-range ballistic carrier was launched a few days after the threat of lifting the self-imposed moratorium on long-range nuclear and missile tests decided a few years ago, generating fears of a systematic resumption of provocations. (HANDLE).