The US Army’s Indo-Pacific Command said it considers North Korea’s missile launch a destabilizing act, but not an immediate threat to the United States or its allies.
The US military’s Indo-Pacific Command said the military viewed North Korea’s new missile launch on Tuesday as a destabilizing act, but not an immediate threat to the United States or its allies.
“The United States condemns these actions and demands (North Korea) to stop any further destabilizing actions,” the leadership added in a statement.
Earlier today, South Korea and Japan announced that Pyongyang had launched a ballistic missile off its east coast.
South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said that South Korean and US intelligence is currently conducting a comprehensive analysis of additional information for this new launch.