World: After North Korean test: USA and South Korea start rockets

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a day after the youngest North Korean rocket test, the USA and South Korea have fired floors in the region itself. The South Korean military said that in response to the provocation of North Korea, the USA and South Korea had shot four floor-floor rockets towards the Japanese sea (Eastern Sea). Both sides had fired two rockets each, which had hit the sham destinations precisely. The allies of the allies have been demonstrated to deter further provocations.

F15K-Kampfjets der südkoreanischen Luftwaffe und F-16-Kampfjets der US-Luftwaffe fliegen während einer gemeinsamen Übung in Formation. ©-/South Korea Defense Ministry/AP/dpa F15K combat jets of the South Korean Air Force and F-16 fighter jets of the US air weapon fly in formation during a joint exercise.

had fired a ballistic medium -range rocket towards the Japanese sea on Tuesday. It was the first time in almost five years that a North Korean rocket had flown across the Japanese island group.

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Both the USA and NATO sharply condemned the test. As a direct reaction, South Korea's armed forces had fired two precision bombs in the yellow sea. In addition, together with US-16 f-16 combustion aircraft, flight maneuvers were held. The yellow sea is surrounded by China and the Korean peninsula.

the last time when North Korea let a rocket fly over Japan in 2017, the country carried out a nuclear weapon test just a few days later. According to the North Korea expert Go Myong from the Asan Institute based in Seoul, the probability is currently also "very high" that North Korea could carry out a nuclear waving test at the end of the month.

UN Resolutions prohibit North Korea the testing of ballistic rockets of any range, which can also promote a nuclear warhead depending on the type. Most recently, North Korea tested two ballistic short -range missiles on Saturday - that was the fourth rocket shot within a week.

World will be forced into coexistence with nuclear-armed N Korea .
North Korea expert Ankit Panda says that despite recent developments there’s little chance for a revival in diplomacy.The timing of that test is the million-dollar question that government leaders, military planners, and people on the Korean Peninsula and beyond are asking of Kim Jong Un — North Korea’s 38-year-old “supreme leader” whose finger is on the button.

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