New multiple rocket launcher fired by North Korea

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D.P.R.K. confirmed Friday it conducted its third test-firing of a brand new “super-large” multiple launchers that it says expands its ability to destroy enemy targets in surprise attacks because it continues to expand its military capabilities whereas pressuring Washington over a standstill in nuclear negotiations.

Pyongyang’s official Korean Central press agency delineate the tests every day when the South Korean and Japanese militaries aforementioned they detected 2 projectiles launched from a district close to the North Korean capital traveling over 200 miles cross-country before landing in waters off coast.

Experts say the North might still build up weapons demonstrations prior an end-of-year deadline set by leader Kim author who said for the U.S. to supply reciprocally acceptable terms to salvage a fragile diplomacy strained by disagreements over exchanging sanctions relief and demobilization steps.

Thursday’s launches followed statements of chafe by prime North Korean officers over the slow pace of nuclear negotiations with the US and demands that the administration of President Donald Trump ease disabling sanctions and pressure on their country.

KCNA aforementioned Kim expressed satisfaction over what North Korea delineate as a triple-crown check of its new rocket artillery system, however, it wasn’t clear whether or not the leader ascertained the launches on the web site. The North antecedently tested the system in August and Sep. the most recent check verified the “perfection” of the system’s continuous firing ability that allegedly permits it to “totally destroy” enemy targets with “superpower,” the agency aforementioned.