Korean peninsula heats up, Russia calls on North and South Korea to show restraint


MOSCOW Russia urge North Korea (North Korea) and South Korea (South Korea) to exercise restraint after the two countries on the Korean peninsula conducted trials ballistic missile . The exclamation was expressed by the spokesperson Kremlin , Dmitry Peskov.

“Our defense officials are closely monitoring the situation in the region,” Peskov said.

“We have traditionally urged both sides to avoid any action that could escalate tensions,” he said TASS, Wednesday (15/9/2021).

On Wednesday, North Korea launched two ballistic missiles towards the Sea of ​​Japan. The launch came two days after North Korea fired its cruise missile in a closed-door test.

South Korea’s military said two unidentified ballistic missiles were fired into the open waters of the East Sea, also known as the Sea of ​​Japan.

Also read: North Korea Fires Two Ballistic Missiles Off East Coast

Hours later, South Korea’s presidential office said it had carried out the first test launch of a ballistic missile from submarine (SLBM).

The missile is reported to have been launched underwater from the submarine Ahn Chang-ho. The Blue House, as South Korea’s presidential palace is called, added that the missile hit its target.

“President Moon is observing the shooting,” officials said



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