North Korea launched ICBM warning to US, South Korea

North Korea launched an ICBM


North Korea stated in a press release on Thursday that the launch of the intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Hwasongpho-17 was a “stronger warning” to the US and South Korea for their provocative and aggressive large-scale war movements.

The ICBM Hwasongpho-17, launched at the Pyongyang International Airport, journeyed up to a maximum elevation of 6 045km and glided a distance of 1 000.2 km for 4 151s before exactly landing on the reset area in the open waters of the East Sea of Korea

The Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) declared that an ICBM Hwasongpho-17 launching drill was held on 16th March following the serious situation in which the most unsteady security environment was being created on the Korean peninsula. Consequently of the stimulating, and destructive large-scale war drills conducted by the US and the South Korean puppet conspirators against the DPRK, the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) saw to it that a launching drill of the ICBM. This proclamation derived subsequently North Korea launched a long-range ballistic missile towards the East Sea on Thursday.

The launching drill of the strategic weapon serves as an occasion to give a stronger warning to the enemies deliberately accelerating the tension in the Korean peninsula while repeatedly using inattentive military threats in disobedience of the DPRK’s severe warning, and to give an understanding of the concern about the armed conflict which has become a threatening reality, and more clearly show the practical will of the Party and government of the DPRK. The drill was intended at checking the mobile and normal process and consistency of the DPRK’s nuclear war warning.