Kim Jong-un oversaw launch of new North Korean 'long-range multiple rocket launchers'


Kim Jong-un oversaw the unleash of North Korea’s “long-range multiple rocket launchers” today.

It is the first missile launch since 2017 as it steps up pressure against Washington after a failed nuclear summit.

The North fired an unidentified short-range missile from the city of Wonsan around 9am local time (midnight GMT), South Korea’s Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement.

The Office said it was conducting joint analysis with the United States.

Now it has emerged Jong-un again masterminded the launch.

He said all his service members are “master gunners” and are capable of carrying out duty to promptly tackle any situation as a result of full knowledge of modern weapon system and intensive training.

Kim Jong-Un had recently vowed to no longer test nuclear weapons or ICBMs

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