South Korean military says North Korea launched two missiles this morning with close attention

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 South Korean military says North Korea launched two missiles this morning with close attention


According to Yonhap News Agency on July 25, South Korean Joint Staff Headquarters (Joint Staff) said on July 25 that the Joint Staff Judged that two aircraft launched by North Korea from the eastern city of Yuanshan in the early morning of the same day were short-range missiles, flying at an altitude of more than 50 kilometers, and landed in the eastern waters of the peninsula.

The person also said that one of them flew 430 kilometers, while the other one flew farther. It is reported that the US and South Korea are analyzing the specific parameters of the two trajectories fired by the DPRK.

South Koreas Joint Participant said earlier that at 5:34 a.m. and 5:57 a.m., North Korea launched two short-range vehicles suspected of new missiles into the eastern waters of the Peninsula near the eastern city of Yuanshan, 78 days after the launch of short-range missiles on May 9 this year. Joint participants said that the U.S. military is analyzing its specific parameters, and the ROK military is paying attention to the relevant situation and keeping vigilance.

Experts believe that in terms of flight distance and trajectory, it is similar to the Korean version of Iskander short-range missile launched by the DPRK in May. It is speculated that this may be the same kind of missile launched by DPRK after continuous improvement of the missiles performance. It is reported that the Korean armys ballistic early warning radar immediately captured its flight trajectory.

Korean version of Iskander from KCNA

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