South Korean and Japanese troops say North Korea has fired an unidentified shell into the Sea of Japan. This was reported by Reuters, according to the national portal Adyrna.
According to Reuters, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said an unidentified shell had been fired from North Korea.
The Japanese government also confirmed the information, saying it could be a ballistic missile. The Japanese Coast Guard has warned ships to be careful not to approach the rocket if it falls into the water.
The South Korean military says this is the 11th launch of a North Korean missile since the beginning of this year. In addition, the United States and South Korea have warned that North Korea may be preparing to launch a full-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) for the first time since 2017, in violation of United Nations Security Council (UN Security Council) resolutions.
National portal "Adyrna"