Biden launches 3 missiles in a row after leaving Japan

 WEBMUlTICHANNEL:US President Joe Biden fired three missiles at North Korea one after another as it left Japan. Among them is a new and sophisticated intercontinental ballistic missile from Kim's army. This provocative move has been strongly opposed by Japan, South Korea, and the United States.

After the quad meeting, President Joe Biden returned from Japan on Tuesday. Just hours later, the North Korean military test-fired three missiles on Wednesday. The most notable of these missiles is dictator King Jung Un's new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Hawasong-17. South Korea has expressed grave concern over the incident. The missiles were fired from the Sunan area near the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, according to the country's military.

Japan's Defense Minister Nabuo Kishi has said that a missile can reach a height of about 550 kilometers above the ground and reach a distance of 300 kilometers. The other reaches a height of 50 km and covers a distance of 650 km. Protesting against the incident, Kishi said, "Such provocative steps cannot be accepted. As a result, Japan's peace and security are being disrupted along with the international arena. " South Korea's National Security Council convened an emergency meeting after the missile was launched. The United States has also expressed concern.

Biden left for South Korea and Japan last Thursday to attend the quad meeting. Washington has long feared that North Korea could test a nuclear bomb or launch a missile to show its strength in such a situation. According to military experts, in the wake of the Ukraine war, North Korea could take provocative steps on the Asian continent. China may try to occupy Taiwan and invade the South China Sea. As a result, there are good reasons to fear America. The United States has repeatedly sought to oust North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein. But China and Russia are thwarting all those efforts by standing next to Kim.

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