North Korea Nearly Strikes South Korea During Missile Test ⋆ As if we don’t have enough to deal with already in eastern Europe. ⋆ Flag And Cross


Well if it’s not one thing, it’s the other; isn’t that how the old saying goes?

If it’s not Volodymyr Zelenskyy suggesting erroneously that Russia struck Poland with a missile and attempting to goad the globe into World War III, it’s Kim Jong Un almost blindsiding South Korea during a ballistic missile test.

North Korea fired a ballistic missile Thursday that landed in waters just east of the Korean Peninsula, according to the South Korean government.

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South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff confirmed the launch of the short-range ballistic missile from the North’s eastern coastal Wonsan area at 10:48 a.m., just hours after North Korean officials threatened “fiercer” military actions amid alleged provocations by the U.S., South Korea, and Japan.

The region was already in a heightened state of alert.

South Korea has boosted its surveillance of North Korea amid the growing missile threat and continues to maintain a military readiness for a potential conflict, officials said.

Given the frequency with which North Korea’s missile tests go awry, this sort of proximity certainly presents a troubling aura for Seoul and beyond.

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