September 23, 2021

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North Korea test-fired a long-range cruise missile

North Korea test-fired a long-range cruise missile

During the tests conducted on Saturday and Sunday after two years of research, 1.5 thousand missiles flew. The Korean Central News Agency reported that kilometers before they hit their targets.

The agency asserts that in recent years, North Korea has made rapid progress in developing long-range cruise missiles, “weapons of great strategic importance” with high deterrent potential.

The development of missiles ensures “the possession of more effective means of deterrence to ensure the security of our country more reliably and severely limits the military maneuvers of enemy forces” – wrote the Central News Agency.

Build the strongest military force

As AFP points out, despite numerous international sanctions, North Korea under the leadership of Kim Jong Un has significantly increased its military capabilities. Pyongyang has conducted, inter alia, several successfully tested nuclear and ballistic missile tests capable of reaching the United States.

At the January conference of the ruling party, Kim Jong-un announced more nuclear weapons and the building of “the most powerful military force.” Pyongyang accuses Washington and Seoul of hostile intent and insists that nuclear and missile weapons protect it from invasion.

Nuclear negotiations between the United States and North Korea have stalled since the failed summit attended by then-US President Donald Trump and DPRK leader Kim Jong Un in February 2019.

After taking office as President of the United States, Joe Biden ordered a comprehensive review of US policy toward the North Korean regime to identify all possible options in the face of the growing threat posed by North Korea.

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