North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

North Korea on Sunday tested the most powerful missile since President Joe Biden took office, as it revived its old playbook to win concessions from Washington and neighbors amid a prolonged standoff in diplomacy.

Japanese and South Korean forces stated that the missile was launched on an elevated trajectory, apparently to avoid neighbours’ territorial locations, and reached a maximum altitude of 2,000 kilometers (1,242 mi) before landing at sea. Traveled 800 kilometers (497 mi). ,

The flight details show the North tested its longest-range ballistic missile since 2017, when it twice fired medium-range ballistic missiles over Japan and, separately, three intercontinental ballistic missiles struck by the US. Demonstrated ability to reach deep into the motherland.

Sunday’s test was North Korea’s seventh round of tests this month. The unusually fast pace of the tests indicates its intention to pressure the Biden administration over long-stalled nuclear talks as pandemic-related difficulties have been broken by decades of mismanagement and US-led sanctions on its nuclear weapons program. put further pressure on the economy.

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