Kim Jong's first image with his daughter was with a ballistic missile!

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North Korea, which has regained momentum in its weapons program despite the sanctions of the United Nations (UN) Security Council and the reactions of the international community, reportedly launched a new intercontinental ballistic missile yesterday in t

The Japanese Coast Guard and the South Korean military said in a statement that the missile, which Pyongyang fired at 10:14 a.

m. local time, fell about 200 kilometers west of the island of Oshima in Hokkaido at around 11:20 a.m.


Hirokazu Matsuno, Chief Cabinet Secretary of Thailand, said in a statement on the subject that the intercontinental ballistic missile launched flew about a thousand kilometers in a high orbit and reached an altitude of 6,000 kilometers, while the government did not give an order for the destruction of the missile.

Speaking in Bangkok, Thailand, where he is attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said the missile was assessed to have fallen into the country's exclusive economic zone.

North Korea is repeating its provocations at an unprecedented pace, Kishida said, calling Pyongyang's actions absolutely unacceptable.

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S. Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada also announced that the missile flew for about 69 minutes.

Looking at its orbit, the missile is considered to be able to fly 15,000 kilometers or more, Hamada said, noting that this could put the US mainland within range of the missile.

FIRST IMAGE WITH HIS DAUGHTER The Korean news agency KCNA reported photos of Korean leader Kim and an unnamed child around a missile platform set up at the airport.

Photos showing the launch of the Hwasong-17 missile show Kim walking around with a 12- to 13-year-old white-clad girl holding her hand.



Condemnation came from the United States after North Korea launched a new intercontinental ballistic missile in the direction of the Sea of Japan.

In a statement by U.

S. State Department spokesman Ned Price, the U.

S. condemns North Korea's ballistic missile launch.

The launch is a clear violation of multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions and demonstrates the threat posed by North Korea's illegal weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs to North Korea's neighbors, the region, international peace and security, and the nuclear non-proliferation regime.

Price said North Korea's actions were a brazen violation of United Nations security resolutions, adding, \Together with the international community, we call on North Korea to refrain from further provocations and engage in a continuous and concrete dialogue.

Our commitments to the defense of South Korea and Japan continue, he said.


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