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Seoul, October 1 (Reuters) - North Korea shot Saturday Two new, short-range ballistic missiles towards the sea of ​​its eastern coast, said the South Korean army.

This is the fourth launch in one week made by Pyongyang, force demonstrations that maintain tension in the Korean peninsula.

The shots took place after joint exercises in the fight anti-sous-marine of the South Korean, American and Japanese Marines on Friday, the first of this type in five years, and after the visit to the region in recent days of the vice -American president, Kamala Harris.

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The two short-range missiles were taken from Sunan, north of Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, said the South Korea Interarmes Staff in a press release.

He estimates that the missiles have a range of 350 kilometers, can rise at an altitude of 30 km and are able to reach a speed of Mach 6 (just over 7,300 km/h).

Japanese coast guards reported at least two North Korean ballistic missiles. Tokyo protested Pyongyang by official diplomatic channels, said Defense Minister Toshiro Ino.

The American military command for the Indo-Pacific Zone declared that it was informed of the shots by specifying that it has concluded that they did not constitute an immediate threat to the territories and staff of the United States, or for their allies.

North Korea has made missile fire before and after the visit of Kamala Harris in South Korea this week, as well as on the first try of an intercontinental missile since 2017.

X1 Seoul said he expected this That Pyongyang is soon to be a nuclear test, evoking the period from October 16 to November 7, between the Congress of the Chinese Communist Party and the mid-term elections in the United States. (Report Cynthia Kim and Chang-Ran Kim, with Josh Smith and Ju-Min Park, French version Marc Angrand) X1

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