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Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at He can be reached at: [email protected]

North Korean leadership has again tested a new missile system on Saturday morning. The exercise was to the “great satisfaction” of rulers Kim Jong Un The state agency KCNA reported that they had personally followed the process together with leading party representatives. In the test of the newly developed multi-missile system, it was all about checking the flight history at higher altitudes and impact, it was said. The details of the system were not mentioned.

It was already the fourth missile test within a few days. Last week, North Korea had fired rockets in response to August’s joint military exercises in South Korea and the United States. Two more missiles on Wednesday were presented by Pyongyang as a test of a new missile launcher system, according to the State Agency KCNA play a key role in military ground operations. Friday morning saw the third missile test.

UN resolutions prohibit North Korea which has tested nuclear weapons several times from launching ballistic missiles of short, medium and long range. Such rockets are usually ground-to-surface missiles that can carry a conventional, chemical, biological or nuclear warhead.

The US President Donald Trump sees no violation of its agreement with the North Korean ruler in recent rocket tests. At the meeting with Kim in Singapore in June 2018, short-range missiles were not discussed, Trump wrote on Twitter on Friday. It is true that the tests would violate UN resolutions. “But Chairman Kim does not want to disappoint me with a breach of trust, North Korea has far too much to gain,  the potential as a country under Kim Jong-us leadership is unlimited.” Trump said.

Trump continued, “I can be wrong, but I believe that North Korean Chairman Kim has a great and beautiful vision of his country, and only the United States, with me as President, can make that vision a reality. He’ll do the right thing because he’s far too smart not to do it, and he does not want to disappoint his friend, the US President said”.

Read also: Trump responds to North Korean missile test

Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at He can be reached at: [email protected]

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