Where is North Korea's ballistic missile?
“The ballistic missile launched by North Korea is believed to have landed in our EEZ west of Hokkaido,” Kishida told reporters on the sidelines of a Bangkok summit, calling the launch “absolutely unacceptable”.
Is North Korea ready to conduct banned missile tests?
Experts say North Korea is seizing the opportunity to conduct banned missile tests, confident of escaping further UN sanctions due to Ukraine-linked gridlock at the United Nations.
Is North Korea's missile launch 'the most powerful and absolute nuclear deterrence'?
North Korean media has described the missile launch as “the most powerful and absolute nuclear deterrence”. The US Department of Defence has asserted that officials are working closely with the Republic of Korea and Japan in response to the latest escalation of North Korean military exercises.
Is South Korea working to protect itself from ballistic missiles?
That South Korea is now busily working to get the L-SAM into service as part of a wide-ranging defensive umbrella to afford some degree of protection against ballistic missiles-and publicizing its efforts in that field-is hardly a surprise.