North Korea deployed two additional short-range ballistic missile to its eastern shore.

Eurasia News

North Korea has deployed two additional short-range ballistic missile complexes to its eastern shore, reports South Korea’s Yonhap news agency. Pyongyang may still launch a missile on April 25, the People’s Army anniversary, it warns. The two mobile missile transporter-erector-launchers (TEL) enhanced the ballistic missile division in South Hamgyeong Province where seven more TELs were deployed earlier in April, according to Yonhap. Also, two mid-range Musudan missile complexes have been positioned near city of Wonsan, a mere 180km away from the South Korean capital, Seoul. South Korea is “closely watching” any suspicious activities of its north neighbour, the agency adds. The South Korean army grew worried of a possible missile launch on April 15, when North Korea was celebrating the 101st anniversary of the nation’s founder Kim Il-sung. However, nothing evolved, not even a military parade – the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) merely issued another statement demanding “apologies” from Seoul.