South Korea’s navy says North Korea fired a “new tactical guided weapon” throughout live-fire drills on Saturday, however didn’t verify whether or not it was a ballistic missile.

The assertion by Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Employees on Sunday got here hours after North Korean state media confirmed chief Kim Jong Un observing drills of long-range a number of rocket launchers and what gave the impression to be a short-range missile fired from a launch automobile.

The JCS says the North additionally fired 240 millimeter- and 300 millimeter-caliber a number of rocket launchers from a web site close to the jap coastal city of Wonsan and that numerous projectiles flew from 70 to 240 kilometers (44 to 149 miles) earlier than splashing into the ocean.

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