North Korea tests ballistic missile with train missile technology
The missile hit the mountain on the island, Photo: North Korean media
Pyongyang: North Korea has confirmed the successful test of two anti-aircraft missiles following escalating tensions with the United States.
According to the World News Agency, North Korea has tested its targeting skills in the East Sea, including launching missiles from launchers, similar to rail-powered trains.
North Korea has confirmed that yesterday’s ballistic missile tests were carried out by train, although North Korea has been banned from producing ballistic missiles by international organizations and world powers.
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A video released by the government shows a mountain surrounded by water near the east coast. A missile fired from a train car appears to be a solid-fuel short-range weapon.
According to North Korean state media, the purpose of the experiment was to test and test expertise in missile operation methods. Two guided missiles hit a specific target in the East Sea.
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