North Korea forces to conduct a test of a ballistic missile on Saturday morning failed, from the north of the capital Pyongyang area, and the rocket exploded in the air seconds after its launch, according Mazkrth Yonhap news agency, South Korean.
For his part, said a source from Washington: The initial signs indicate that a test conducted by North Korea's missile launch did not succeed. Other details are not yet available.
He confirmed an official in the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff, the launch of the missile, but he did not have any other information.
Trump: North Korea has not respected China
The quick US President Donald Trump, on Friday, to respond to the recent missile test of North Korea, saying it is proof of the lack of respect for its ally China.
As usual comments on Twitter Trump came hours after a failed experiment, saying that North Korea did not respect the wishes of China and its president highly esteemed when launched an unsuccessful operation, a rocket today.
Respond with sanctions
In this context, a US official said, told Reuters on Friday: The US President Donald Trump's administration has responded to the latest missile test by North Korea, to speed up its plans to impose new US sanctions on Pyongyang, including possible action against North Korean entities and Chinese specific.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity that spoke with North Korea's move in defiance of pressure from the United States and China, the main ally of North Korea and Washington may also conduct new naval exercises and send more ships and aircraft to the region as a show of force.
On the South Korean side, said spokesman Jay Moon: The logical candidate to win the presidential election in South Korea, the moon is the latest North Korea's attempts to launch a missile on Saturday, "training is useless."
The spokesman continued, "Moon" in a statement, referring to the North Korean leader: We urge the new Kim Jong-un regime to immediately cease reckless acts of provocation and to choose the path of cooperation with the international community, including the abandonment of the nuclear program.
The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, rebuked the UN Security Council on Friday for not imposing sanctions on North Korea, he said that the Security Council action would have prevented the escalation of tension over its nuclear program.