[size=36]Japan: The projectiles fired by North Korea did not affect national security[/size]
Japanese government said that Almqdhuvin launched by North Korea early Saturday morning, did not reach their exclusive economic zone it did not have any impact on the national security of the country.
According to Kyodo News, "the Japanese government confirmed on Saturday, that no ballistic missiles have reached the territory of Japan or its exclusive economic zone," noting that: "The projectiles fired by North Korea had no impact on the national security of the country."
Earlier, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff announced that its North neighbor on Saturday fired two unidentified projectiles towards the Sea of Japan.
The news agency "Yonhap" South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff, saying: "North Korea on Saturday morning fired two unidentified projectiles from the city of Hamhong in the northeast of the country," noting that "its military follow the situation closely in anticipation of launches Other, as well as keep alert. "
North Korea has fired a series of missiles since Kim and Trump agreed at a meeting on June 30 to resume stalled nuclear disarmament talks.
Trump said Kim had said he was "unhappy" with the missile tests, which the North Korean leader said were in response to US-South Korean military exercises.
The United States and South Korea have begun exercises based largely on computer simulations as an alternative to previous large-scale annual exercises that have been suspended to speed up nuclear disarmament talks.
North Korea criticizes such exercises as exercises to wage war aimed at toppling its leadership