North Korea has fired its third ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan.
This is reported by Yonhap with reference to the South Korean military.
According to the agency, North Korea launched three “unidentified ballistic missiles” on Wednesday heading east from the Sunan area in Pyongyang.
Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi called these missile launches a provocation carried out after US President Joe Biden's visit to the country as part of the Quad summit.
Also, according to the minister, in connection with the missile launches, the Japanese side protested to the DPRK through diplomatic channels.
Rane Biden said he was not worried about possible nuclear tests by North Korea. According to him, the United States has thought through retaliatory measures for any steps taken by Pyongyang.
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