North Korea finally launched and fired three ballistic missiles early Wednesday morning. This is according to report given by South Korea's military this morning. The launching and firing of this missiles comes just a day after the United States President Biden left South Korea after a 5 days visit in the region following a trip that saw him vowing to bolster measures to deter North Korea in their weapons encounter.
North Korea propelled a ballistic rocket off the east coast of the Korean Landmass on Sunday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The rocket utilized to be let go from the Sunan locale of North Korea at circular 7.52 a.m. shut through time, the Joint Chiefs said.