North Korea’s Missile Program Progressing Faster Than Expected

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North Korea’s Missile Program Progressing Faster Than Expected

The North Korea missile program is progressing faster than expected, South Korean Defense Minister Han Min-koo said on Tuesday.

He told the parliament that the Sunday missile test was successfull and pointed out that North Korea’s missile program was developing faster than the South had expected.

“It is considered an IRBM (intermediate range ballistic missile) of enhanced caliber compared to Musudan missiles that have continually failed,” the minister said.

Earlier, the UN Security Council warned it may hit North Korea with a new round of sanctions in response to its missile tests and blaimed blamed the country for stirring up regional tension. The council also urged Pyongyang to stop its nuclear and ballistic missile activity.

“The members of the Security Council agreed that the Security Council would continue to closely monitor the situation and take further significant measures including sanctions, in line with the Council’s previously expressed determination,” the UN Security Council statement read.

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  • Stephen

    Well done North Korea.
    This is the basic right of each sovereign country to do research and development and to defend themselves from hostile regimes.

  • Jay Kim

    there is the biggest rouge country bullying small countries that does not have WMD.
    only way to defend against the big uncle Sam is having Nukes and ICBM.