BREAKING: North Korea Launches Several ‘Ground-to-Ship’ Missiles from Its East Coast

The North Korean regime fired off several missiles on Thursday morning from its east coast.

This comes on the same day South Korean president delayed deployment of the US THAAD missile system pending an ENVIRONMENTAL review(?)

NK News reported:

North Korea launched multiple missiles towards the Sea of Japan (East Sea) from near the eastern coastal city of Wonsan, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said on Thursday morning.

The JCS said that the projectiles are assumed to be surface to sea cruise missiles, and that they flew 200km.

“North Korea launched unidentified multiple projectiles -which have been presumed to be short-range cruise surface to ship missiles – toward the East Sea,” a statement from the JCS read, adding that President Moon Jae-in, was immediately notified of the events as is protocol.

“The South and the U.S. are in the process of analyzing the details for additional information,” the statement added.

Wednesday morning’s test represents the 10th by North Korea this year, and the fourth since Moon Jae-in took office on May 10.

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