According to KCNA, the shooting took place in the coastal city of Sinpo (eastern North Korea) on Sunday morning. For its part, the South Korean military has confirmed the launch of a new missile.
Pyongyang fired two cruise missiles from a submarine on Sunday, the North Korean agency KCNA reported, hours after joint military exercises between Seoul and Washington.
According to KCNA, the shooting took place in the coastal city of Sinpo (eastern North Korea) on Sunday morning. The South Korean military, quoted by Yonhap Agency, confirms for its part that it has detected a new missile launch.
On Thursday, Pyongyang had already fired a short-range ballistic missile toward the sea off its west coast, according to the South Korean military.
In late February, North Korea announced that it had fired cruise missiles in response to the escalation of US-South Korean military exercises, which it deemed a “declaration of war”.
Relations between Pyongyang and Seoul have been at a low ebb for years, with talks at a standstill. In 2022, the North called its nuclear status “irreversible” and conducted a series of ballistic and missile tests in defiance of UN resolutions.
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