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The United States and South Korea are launching missiles in retaliation for North Korea

The United States and South Korea are launching missiles in retaliation for North Korea

The maneuver demonstrated Seoul’s “efficiency and readiness” for “accurate and immediate” launch points and other targets.

A total of eight ground-to-surface missiles were fired by the United States and South Korea on Monday, Yonhap said, citing South Korean coalition leaders.

The bombs flew eastward into the Sea of ​​Japan. Six of them were launched by South Korean forces and two by US forces.

According to the South Korean military, the maneuver demonstrated Seoul’s “ability and readiness” to “accurately and immediately” launch missile points and other North Korean targets in the event of an attack.

South Korean coalition leaders strongly condemn “North Korea’s continued ballistic missile provocations and urge an immediate halt to measures that could escalate military tensions and worsen security instability on the peninsula.”

The day before, the same number of ballistic missiles were launched by Pyongyang. This is the eighteenth release so far this year. Previously,

On May 25, Pyongyang launched ballistic missiles. So, he fired three missiles in less than an hour. In response, South Korean and US missile forces each fired at least one shot.

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