Sunday, 21 April 2013

N. Korea moves two more missile launchers to east coast

N. Korea moves two more missile launchers to east coast, Threats from North Korea continue to get stronger as two more missile launchers have been moved to its east coast, according to a report from Reuters on Sunday, April 21, 2013. These moves indicates that it is going to move ahead with a prepared test launch. This is a move that has been anticipated by South Korea and its allies.

Threats have been rolling out of North Korea for weeks now, and it has been thought that they would follow through at some point. Now, it appears as if the weeks of hostility from the country are coming to a head, and therefore, that is why "N. Korea missile launchers" started trending worldwide.

An unidentified source from the South Korean military said that some satellite images have shown North Korean forces moving along the east coast with two mobile missile launchers. These are the launchers capable of firing short-rang Scud missiles.

"The military is closely watching the North's latest preparations for a missile launch," the source said.

Back in early April, North Korea had already moved seven mobile missile launchers and two mid-range Musudan missiles to the same area along the east coast.

Many have been trying to figure out exactly when North Korea would carry out the threats they've been warning of for weeks. On April 25, 2013, the anniversary of the founding of the North Korean army will come about and many think that will be the day.

News of N. Korea moving two more missile launchers could not be confirmed though by a South Korean Defense Military official. The official said that there was no unusual activity or movement going on.

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