Pyongyang is preparing to test missiles, sea-floor with a submarine

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 13, 2017

As per latest reports, "The recent satellite imagery has revealed that North could be preparing for a submarine-based ballistic missile tests".

The us president, Donald Trump has maintained a high level of tension Friday on the record of north korea, asserting that the military option was "ready" against Pyongyang, which has threatened to launch an attack near the american island of Guam, a military outpost of strategic of the United States in the Pacific.

Talking about North Korea's experimental ballistic missile submarine, the SINPO-class submarine, Joseph said, "The North may be preparing for a new series of "at sea" test launches, has undertaken modifications or upgrades to the submarine's launch systems, or is developing a more advanced version of the Pukguksong-1".

On Aug. 5, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously for fresh sanctions on North Korea, after it launched two ICBM tests last month, which has prodded Pyongyang to threaten a missile strike around the USA territory of Guam.

The successful shot of a missile with intercontinental means that, theoretically, North Korea could reach the east coast of the United States, and it is also able to miniaturize enough for a nuclear bomb to be able to install in such a machine.

The Pukguksong-1 is a SLBM, whose first successful test dates back to 24 August 2016.

Earlier, the United States President Donald Trump had issued a warning to North Korea that the U.S. military is "locked and loaded" to deal with any provocation from Pyongyang. The move was condemned by United States, South Korea and Japan.

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