North Korea accused of firing ballistic missiles

The military of South Korea and Japan have claimed that North Korea has fired a suspected missile at Sasudra

North Korea accused of firing ballistic missiles
North Korea accused of firing ballistic missiles

The military of South Korea and Japan have claimed that North Korea has fired a suspected missile at Sasudra on Wednesday. The incident is being seen as a sign of North Korea not joining peace talks. South Korea and Japan's military claim that North Korea has fired a suspected ballistic missile into the sea on Wednesday. The armies of these two countries said that this is the first incident of publicly firing weapons in the last two months. According to him, North Korea wants to show that it is not yet willing to engage in denuclearization talks and will continue to increase weapons. South Korea's President Moon Jae-in attended the foundation stone-laying program of a railway line just hours after the missile was fired at eight o'clock in the morning.

Regarding this railway project, Moon had expressed hope that it could prove to be a bringer of peace and stability between the Korean peninsulas. At the same time, North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un announced at a high-profile meeting of the ruling party last week that he would continue to make efforts to strengthen the country's military capability. However, in this meeting, he did not tell anything about his new policies towards America and South Korea. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a statement saying that on Wednesday morning North Korea had fired a suspected ballistic missile towards the eastern waters. The statement also said that South Korean and US intelligence officials are trying to gather more information about this launch.

The Japanese Prime Minister and Defense Minister have also spoken of missiles being fired from North Korea. President Moon, who arrived at the foundation stone laying ceremony, also acknowledged that the missile had gone, referring to the damage to relations between the Korean countries. He urged North Korea to make serious efforts to negotiate, saying that peace can be re-established through joint efforts. Elections in South Korea are also in discussion The presidential elections going to be held in March in South Korea are also in discussion. The current President of the country, Moon Jae, will not be able to present a claim this time due to these constitutional reasons. The ruling Democratic Party has nominated former Gyeonggi governor Lee Jae Myung as its candidate.

At the same time, the main opposition party People Power Party has declared former Prosecutor General Eun Sok Yul as its candidate. However, in the opinion polls being shown in the country for the past few weeks, Yule seems to be lagging far behind Myung. Yoon even disbanded his campaign team, saying he needed some time to come to the public with a new image. In his election campaign, the ruling party's candidate Myung has asked the US to negotiate a nuclear submarine deal to deal with the North Korean threat. In his campaign, he has also said encouraging things about cryptocurrency.