Pyongyang tested ballistic missiles for the second time in a week.
Two North Korean ballistic missiles were fired on Wednesday from the east of the country and struck a distance of 250 kilometers in the Japanese Sea, according to the International Reports of Middle East Press.
The missiles were launched from near Wonsan, the South Korean Yonhap News Agency quoted a S. Korean military.
South Korea has acknowledged that the missiles were different from previous ones.
North Korea has not commented in this regard so far.
Meanwhile, Pyongyang had also tested two short-range missiles last week.
However, US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un agreed to resume talks on June 9 at a non-scheduled meeting in the civilian area between the two Koreas.