Kim Jong Un oversees multiple missile tests: State media
North Korean state media reported on Sunday that the country’s leader Kim Jung-un oversaw a “strike drill” a day earlier. As part of the military exercise, various tactical guided weapons were shot into the East Sea. At the start of the drill, Kim stated that his country needs to “increase the combat ability to defend the political sovereignty and economic self-sustenance” of of the country.
Military experts say the test involved ground-to-ground ballistic missiles with a rage of 500 kilometres, which can be used to attack any target on the Korean Peninsula. Nevertheless, US President Donald Trump did not appear concerned about the drill. In a Tweet, he said that “Kim Jong Un fully realizes the great economic potential of North Korea, & will do nothing to interfere or end it.”