North Korea Missile Tests Announced As Practice To Attack South Korea

North Korea announced that they are prepared with weapons to "annihilate" enemy warcraft.

North Korea’s military has explained its recent bombardment of missile tests but did not comment on a failed launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Last week, the country fired missiles and flew warplanes toward the sea. The tests prompted South Korea to respond by conducting tests on the same sea border.

North Korea explained that the launches were a reaction to the U.S. and South Korea’s military drills that they view as “invasion rehearsal.”

North Korea announced that they are prepared with weapons to “annihilate” enemy warcraft. The North’s military also said it carried out an important test of a ballistic missile with a special function warhead to “paralyze the operation command system of the enemy.”

The general staff of North Korea’s military said the recent military operations by the Korean People’s Army are a clear answer that the more persistently the enemies’ conduct military moves, the more “thoroughly and mercilessly” the KPA will counter them.