North Korea’s Missile Attacks Increased Tension In Korean Peninsula

North Korea’s missile attacks increased tension and US-Japan-South Korea meeting on a strategy to stop Kim Jong.

North Korea is continuously launching missiles. This increases the nuclear threat to the Korean peninsula. Many countries including America are worried about this.

Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden will soon discuss North Korea’s nuclear threat with the leaders of Japan and South Korea.

President Biden will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol to discuss how to stop North Korea’s nuclear program, a White House official said on Wednesday.

North Korea’s missile attacks increased tension: America, Japan, and South Korea meeting to stop Kim Jong.

The heads of state of the US, Japan, and South Korea will meet on Sunday (November 13) in Cambodia, where Biden is visiting Asia for meetings with ASEAN and the Group of 20 industrialized nations.

White House National Security Council spokesman Adrienne Watson, naming North Korea, said, “The three leaders are working to increase trilateral cooperation throughout the Indo-Pacific region.”

During this meeting, there will be talks, in particular, regarding our joint efforts to address the threat posed by illegal weapons of mass destruction to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the ballistic missile program.

North Korea’s ballistic missile passed over Japan.

Let us tell you that in October this year, North Korea tested a long-range ballistic missile. The missile passed over Japan during the test, this has happened for the first time in the last 5 years.

Meanwhile, a warning was also issued to the citizens of Japan to stay in their homes. Since then, along with Japan and South Korea, the concern of the US has increased.

This is the reason that now the three countries are going to consider together making a strategy to curb Kim Jong-un’s nuclear weapons.


Here, North Korea, irritated by the joint military exercises of South Korea and America, is not agreeing with the missile test.

On Wednesday, it launched another short-range ballistic missile towards the East Sea. This has increased tensions on the Korean peninsula.

North Korea is calling it a war exercise in view of the threat to South Korea and America.

At the same time, the Joint Chiefs of Staff of Seoul said that the missile was launched from the western city of Sukchon in the capital Pyongyang.

South Korean and Japanese forces assessed that the missile flew about 250 to 290 km at a maximum altitude of 30 to 50 km.

Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada said the missile landed in waters outside the country’s exclusive economic zone. In this regard, Japan has lodged a protest through its embassy in Beijing.

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