North Korea Fires Missiles while the world remains in terror over Covid-19


North Korea has today March 29 fired two missiles at its Eastern Coast. It is the fourth attempt this month only when the world is struggling to fight the new tragedy.

The missiles have been fired from the port city of Wonsan and fell into Japan’s ocean known as the East sea.

The Ministry of Japan’s Defence Force has said that the missiles did not cross its marine borders or arrive at the unique economic region of the country.

North Korea last week also fired two short-range missiles and just the next day, the country’s media tool declared that U.S President Donald Trump sent a letter to North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un telling a detailed plan to promote relationships.

North Korea is among the countries with the least or no reported case of the coronavirus.


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