North Korea Fire 3 Ballistic Missiles into Japan Sea as G-20 Summit Continue in China

Ballistic MissileOSINT SUMMARY

North Korea in what seems as a provocative move, fire three ballistic missiles into the sea on Monday 5th September 2016 at a time World leaders are gathered in China for the G020 Summit.

The act received condemnation from the world leaders saying the move violates UN Security Council resolutions ban on all ballistic missile-related activities.

According to South Korea’s military, the missiles speculated to be medium range Rodong, flew about 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) before landing into the sea of Japan.

According to the military source, the worrying part is that the missiles were fired without navigational warning to Japan.

The world leaders including the United State condemned the North Korea’s move terming it as reckless and a show of timed during the G-20 summit.

Two weeks ago, North Korea had another show of where it conducted a sub-marine ballistic missile test.

Chinese President Xi Jinping warned North Korea's  Kim Jong-un that the deployment of the advanced anti-missile system would harm relations.

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