The sound of another war! South Korea issues air strike alert after North Korea fires missile
North Korea fired three missiles toward the sea, after which South Korea issued an alert for air strikes. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said North Korea's provocation would not be tolerated.
Tensions between North Korea and South Korea are increasing continuously, after which another war has started between Russia and Ukraine. North Korea has once again fired missiles, after which the tension between the two countries has increased. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff has issued a statement saying that North Korea fired three short-range ballistic missiles from its eastern coastal region of Wonsan on Wednesday morning, which they described as a provocative action.
Simultaneously, the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that one of the 3 missiles fired by North Korea fell in international waters 26 km south of Korea's eastern sea border and 167 km north-west of Ulluung Island of our country. , after which he issued an air strike alert on Ulluung Island.
The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said North Korea's provocative action would not be tolerated. He said that the United States, together with the United States, will deal vigorously with North Korea. Along with this, South Korea has increased surveillance within its borders.
North Korea has conducted more than 40 missile tests so far this year, following several warnings from the US and South Korea. These missiles also include state-of-the-art ballistic missiles.
North Korea's cynical dictator Kim Jong has been warned several times by the US. The US recently said that South Korea will pay the "worst price in history" for its use of nuclear weapons. Along with this, America has also warned against the continuous testing of missiles, expressing displeasure. Even after this, missiles are continuously being fired from North Korea.