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Before Nuclear Talks: Another North Korean missile experiment

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A few days before the nuclear talks with the United States are restored, North Korea has fired another missile. Before Nuclear Talks: Another North Korean missile experiment 

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South Korean officials say the missile fired Wednesday struck a distance of 450 kilometres.


South Korean Defense Minister Jeong Kyung-Doo on Wednesday informed the South Korean parliamentary committee on North Korea's missile experience.
The Dagga missile has the potential to hit up to 1,300 kilometres, he said. According to him, it seems that Wednesday's experience has been to test the missile's ability to shoot short distances.
North Korea has tested the missile when North Korea's Deputy Foreign Minister Chee-hee said in a statement on Tuesday that Washington and Pyongyang had agreed to begin preliminary contacts on October 4.
Experts say that the missile experience prior to the negotiations could show North Korea's ability to defend itself against the United States.




President Trump met Kim Jong Un in June.
President Trump met Kim Jong Un in June.
North Korea has rejected UN resolutions that prevented Pyongyang from pursuing ballistic missile technology. North Korea has held that it cannot be deprived of its defense. 
The second round of talks between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in February this year was unsuccessful. The talks were aimed at preventing North Korea from increasing its nuclear and missile capabilities.
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According to a senior US administration official, he has knowledge of North Korea's missile experience. The United States is investigating the situation and is in touch with its allies in the region.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has condemned North Korea's missile experience, calling it a violation of the Security Council's resolutions.
North Korea stopped working on long-range missiles and nuclear tests before starting negotiations with the United States. The first round of talks between the North Korean leader and US President Donald Trump took place in Singapore in 2018.
In July, the state news agency 'KCNA' released photos showing Kim Jong-Un inspecting the modern submarine. Which made it clear that North Korea is continuing to manufacture ballistic missiles.
This is the ninth missile test carried out by North Korea this year after meeting President Trump and aNorth Korean leader in a non-military area in South and North Korea.

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