#MissileTest

29 March
The Joe Biden administration is currently in the final stages of a review on its policy towards the country. (Photo credit: Representational image/Pixabay)

  • The missile launches last week had marked the first major provocation under the Joe Biden administration
  • North Korea noted on Monday that such launches were not rare anywhere else in world 
  • It further warned that a double standard from the UN would lead to 'aggravation' of matters in the Korean peninsula

27 March.Pyongyang, North Korea
North Korea has mounted its weapon stockpile under the rule of Kim Jong Un. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • The statements were made by Ri Pyong Chol, who was responsible for the testing
  • Norrth Korea tested a "tactical guided system" on Thursday
  • "I think that the new US administration obviously took its first step wrong," Ri said in a statement

26 March.Pyongyang, North Korea
The weapons were called ballistic missiles by Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga. (Photo Credit: Representational Image/Unsplash)

  • The weapon could carry a payload of 2.5 tons as per reports
  • The launch was successful the two projectiles accurately hitting target
  • The UN Security Council has imposed multiple sanctions on Pyongyang

25 March.Pyongyang, North Korea
No further details of the device type are still available. (Representative Image: Unsplash)

  • North Korea fired a device into the sea early Thursday
  • The "unidentified projectile" was launched into the Sea of Japan
  • The nuclear-armed North Korea is banned from developing ballistic missiles

24 March.Pyongyang, North Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un speaks during a ceremony in Pyongyang, North Korea. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • North Korea tested the missiles days after a visit to the region by the top US defense and diplomatic officials
  • It was the country's first testing since US President Joe Biden took office
  • "According to the Defense department, it's business as usual," said Biden when asked about the tests

24 March.Washington D.C., DC, USA
North Korea has given the first signal of challenge to the Biden administration. (Representative Photo/Pixabay)

  • Two missiles were fired on Sunday, the official confirmed
  • The launches came after intelligence warnings that Pyongyang could be preparing such action
  • The official said the US detected the launches as they took place