Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – North Korea (Korut) plans to launch a new satellite into space later this month, according to Japanese media reports. This initiative follows the ‘intimacy’ between South Korea (South Korea) and the United States (US) which is carrying out joint military exercises.
It is known, for years North Korea has always criticized joint military exercises between South Korea and the US. Pyeongyang has threatened to punish countries trying to threaten the sovereignty of President Kim Jong Un’s government.
In the news that was spread, North Korea accused the intimacy of South Korea and the US as an initial invasion tactic aimed at ‘killing’ its leadership.
North Korea also criticized a meeting held last week between Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol in rural Maryland.
Pyeongyang accused the three leaders of meeting to plan and formulate provocations for a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula.
Kim Jong Un himself has expressed his desire to install a spy satellite in space orbit to monitor the movement of US troops on his territory. On May 31, the satellite was actually launched, but failed to orbit.
Quoted from timeTuesday (22/8/2023), the launch of North Korea’s new satellite in space is planned to be held between August 24-31.
The Japanese Coast Guard has been warned about three maritime zones to watch out for during the launch. Two of them are on the Korean Peninsula, as well as one in the area east of the Philippine island of Luzon.
Based on that notification, it was indicated that North Korea would carry out flight routes from the south. This route is similar to the one that was to be run on May 31.
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