North Korea launched "two unidentified flying objects" into the Sea of Japan on the afternoon of October 31, South Korea said in a statement.
According to CNN, it is unclear what the two objects were launched at, but the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that the military is "maintaining a ready posture by closely monitoring the developments, in order to ensure that the launch is completed." prepare for the next launches. "
Japanese Coast Guard said in a statement: "It seems that North Korea has launched a missile", and advises boats to avoid crossing the area.
|The image is believed to be from a North Korean submarine-launched ballistic missile|
The news came after Pyongyang announced it had successfully launched a submarine-launched ballistic missile earlier this month, warning that any offensive action against North Korea would be prevented. block out.
Pyongyang has also recently launched a series of unidentified flying objects from the coastal city of Wonsan. All objects launched this year have a similar scenario and are closely watched by Japan, South Korea and the United States.
Pyongyang has maintained its willingness to continue dialogue with the United States, addressing the process of denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula.