BREAKING:North Korea Now Ready to ‘Mass Produce’ War-Ready Nukes Which Can Strike US Targets

North Korea has confirmed, that it has "successfully" launched, yet another medium-range ballistic missile on Sunday, its second missile test in a week with claims saying that the weapon is now ready to be deployed for military action.

The launch is said to confirm the reliability of the late-stage guidance of the nuclear warhead, indicating further advances in the ability to hit Japan and U.S. targets moreover claiming that the missile is an "answer" to President Donald Trump's policies.

North Korea says it’s medium-range ballistic missile is ready for mass production and deployment after another successful missile test this weekend. The New York Times reports the missile uses solid rocket fuel, not liquid, which means it’ll be harder to detect.

It can be fired quickly; the missile can be loaded with fuel before it’s moved to launching pad, as opposed to having to fuel it up at the launching pad. Fox News reports North Korea says the missile is an “answer” to President Trump’s policies. Reuters reports China urged all parties to practice restraint.

North Korea's state media claims the recent test launch of a mid-range ballistic missile was so successful that it's already ready for mass-production.


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Experts in South Korea however, have a different assessment.
They doubt the missiles would even be able to re-enter the atmosphere... let alone detonate a warhead after doing so.

Kim Jung-soo reports.

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North Korean state media has hailed Sunday's missile launch as a great success... and confirmed that the projectile was a medium-range ballistic missile of a type called the Pukguksong-2 , a land-based version of the submarine-launched ballistic missile Pukguksong-1.

It also said Kim Jong-un has authorized the missiles to be mass produced for actual deployment.

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Sunday's missile was launched from an area north of Pyongyang and flew some 500 kilometers before falling into the East Sea.

By comparison, the Hwasong-12 missile test-fired a week earlier flew some 700 kilometers.


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Experts say, if launched at the optimal angle,... the Pukguksung-2 has a range of up to 2-thousand kilometers, while the Hwasong-12 can fly 45-hundred kilometers -- over twice as far.

This means the Pukguksong-2 cannot reach the U.S mainland.

Kim Jong-un stands next to the missile before launch

The moment the weapon blasts 350 miles into the sky

Kim Jong-un watches the test launch of what was said to be the Pukguksong-2 missile

The Pukguksong-2 uses solid fuel, unlike the longer-range Hwasong-12 which uses liquid and needs a separate fueling process. It can be fired almost immediately even after bring stored away for long periods of time, and is much harder to detect.

Meanwhile, the Korean Central News Agency is adding photographic evidence to its boasting: on Monday, the agency released pictures of Earth taken in flight by a special camera attached to the Pukguksong-2.

South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff confirmed on Monday that the latest Pukgusong-2 is indeed a medium-range ballistic missile. But like what happened after the test-firing of the Hwaseong 12, officials remain skeptical about the durability of the missile's warhead.

The Pukguksong-2 missile at an undisclosed location in North Korea
The South Korea-U.S. alliance believes the latest test has the effect of boosting North Korea's own confidence in its weapons systems, but we need further analysis regarding whether the missile's warhead can successfully reenter the atmosphere.

Another question that's not yet clear is whether the U.S. anti-missile battery THAAD detected the launch like it did for the Hwasong-12.

The ministry explained on Monday that for security reasons,... it will only disclose whether launches are detected by other systems such as Seoul's Greenpine radar.

Kim waves to his 'adoring' military in a state-released photograph

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered the launch and watched from an observation post, state media reported today.

The Korea Central News Agency said the test verified technical aspects of the weapon system and examined its “adaptability under various battle conditions” before it is deployed to military units.

Kim reportedly said the launch was a success, “approved the deployment of this weapon system for action” and said that it should “be rapidly mass-produced.”

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North Korea has stepped up its missile tests and appears to be making real progress toward developing an arsenal that poses a threat not only to South Korea and Japan but also the mainland United States.

Pyongyang’s long-stated goal is to perfect a nuclear warhead that it can put on a missile capable of hitting Washington or other US cities.

North Korea’s media, meanwhile, have stepped up their calls for even more missile launches because of what Pyongyang claims is an increasingly hostile policy by President Trump.

“The Trump administration would be well advised to lend an ear to the voices of concern that are heard from the US and the international community,” the North’s Minju Joson newspaper said on Sunday.

“Many more ‘Juche (home-produced) weapons’ capable of striking the US will be launched from this land. This is the DPRK’s answer to the Trump administration.’”

In an interview with “Fox News Sunday” US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the ongoing testing is “disappointing” and “disturbing.”

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