North Korea has fired two unidentified missiles, believed to be cruise missiles, into the East Sea. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency quoted military sources as saying on Tuesday.
The South Korean military found two unidentified missiles launched into eastern waters from
North Korea on Tuesday morning, sources said.
The launch of cruise missiles did not violate UN Security Council resolutions. Pyongyang has not been banned from testing ballistic missiles.
Earlier this month, North Korea tested four missiles, including a hypersonic missile on
January 5 and 11, two railway short-range ballistic missiles on January 14, and two
strategically guided missiles on January 17.