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Ahead Of War: North Korea Tests Submarine-launched Cruise Missile [VIDEO]

Korean President – Kim Jon Un supervised the Pulhwasal-3-31 missile test, KCNA state media said
Screenshot 2024-01-29 at 09-41-30 North Korea tests submarine-launched cruise missile state media says
On Sunday, North Korea conducted another test of an upcoming strategic cruise missile, deploying it from a submarine, according to state media.

The leader of the secretive nation, Kim Jong Un, oversaw the test alongside other military authorities, as reported by the official Korean Central News Agency on Monday. This test is aligned with Kim’s strategy to advance the “nuclear weaponization of our navy,” as stated by KCNA.

The Pulhwasal-3-31, the strategic missile tested from land last week, was launched from a submarine during this recent test, as per KCNA reports.

During the test the State media reported that Kim Jong Un conveyed immense satisfaction with the test outcome.

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Photographs released on Monday by state media seemed to depict Kim observing the tests from an elevated position overlooking a body of water. In one image disclosed by KCNA, Kim seemed to be indicating a missile in mid-flight.

According to state media, the missile traversed the East Sea and successfully hit a designated island target.

Following another Pulhwasal-3-31 missile test on Wednesday, as reported by state media, it was highlighted that both tests had no impact on “neighboring” countries, according to the country’s announcements.

On Monday, KCNA stated, “The test-fire had no impact on the security of a neighboring country and has nothing to do with the regional situation.”

This launch occurs at a time of increasing collaboration between the United States, South Korea, and Japan. The three nations have stated that they are actively exchanging real-time updates and analysis regarding military activity in the region.

On Wednesday, the U.S. State Department called upon North Korea to “abstain from further provocative and destabilizing actions and return to diplomatic engagement.”

Vedant Patel, a spokesperson, conveyed in a press briefing, “We are keen to participate in substantive discussions aimed at not only managing military risks but also establishing enduring peace on the Korean Peninsula, in line with our persistent objective of achieving complete denuclearization.”

North Korea, on Monday, announced that Kim had informed his military advisors that the “nuclear weaponization of the navy is an urgent task of the times.”

According to KCNA, Kim outlined “crucial tasks for achieving the nuclear weaponization of the navy and broadening the scope of operation of the state nuclear deterrence in a diversified manner.”

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