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North Korea launched missiles into the Sea of ​​Japan

On March 23, the DPRK launched 16 short-range missiles. The missiles flew about 60 kilometers and crashed into the Sea of ​​Japan, according to the South Korean news agency Yenhap.

This is the second mass launch of rockets in a week, which was made from North Korea. Another launch of the 30 rockets was carried out on March 22. As before, the launches were made from the city of Wonsan, located on the east coast of the country. The missiles also flew about 60 kilometers and crashed into the Sea of ​​Japan. On the testing of missiles from neighboring countries, the Koreans did not warn.

Seoul is of the opinion that the DPRK is responding by its actions to what is happening in South Korea, where the annual maneuvers Foal Eagle are held jointly with America. Pyongyang believes that these maneuvers are preparations for the Allies to invade the North. In South Korea, Pyongyang's actions were condemned and called "provocative", and also potentially dangerous for aircraft and sea vessels.

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