North Korea has successfully tested two new ballistic missiles under the direct supervision of Kim Jong Un.
The two ballistic missiles were tested last night by Pyongyang and the country’s leader expressed satisfaction, according to the International Reports of Middle East Press.
The two unidentified short-range projectiles were fired off separately from North Korea’s eastern coast early on Friday and came down in the sea, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) told Yonhap news agency.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is said to have directly supervised the missile test and has declared “full consent” to the test.
US intelligence sources have also confirmed North Korea’s new missile test.
This is North Korea’s third missile test in 10 days.