Kim Jong-un vows enemies with the suffering of the new rocket[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial Date: 2019/8/1 10:25 • 26 times read[/rtl]
The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has personally monitored the tests of the large-caliber missile and was happy with it, the Central Telegraph agency said.
"Our commander-in-chief Aziz was impressed with the results of the pilot launches," he said. "The forces that will be the target of this weapon will face inevitable suffering."
The weapons were developed in a short time and "will play a key role in future ground operations," the statement said.
On July 31, at least two rockets were fired in the DPRK into the open sea from the country's east coast.
According to the agency "Reuters", the US authorities did not consider these tests in violation of nuclear disarmament agreements.
North Korea fired two new short-range ballistic missiles in its first missile test since Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump met last month and agreed to resume nuclear disarmament talks.
Pyongyang said the launch was necessary to send a warning to "South Korean instigators of the war" who are allowing "modern offensive weapons" to enter their country and are pushing Seoul to conduct military exercises with the United States.