Yonhap News Agency, Seoul, November 24th. As the fifth anniversary (November 29) of North Korea's announcement of "completed nuclear armament" is approaching, the South Korean military is closely watching the movements of the North Korean army. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (Joint Staff) Bulletin Office Director Jin Junluo made the above-mentioned answers to relevant questions at a regular press conference on the 24th. He said that based on the close cooperation between South Korea and the United States, it is maintaining a solid response posture, and closely tracking and monitoring the relevant movements of the DPRK. He also said that he paid more attention to the actual situation of the North Korean army than some kind of rhetoric from the North Korean side, and there is no change worthy of attention at present. In addition, there are reports that North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) at a different location than in the past. Kim Joon-ro said that South Korean and American intelligence agencies have carefully tracked and monitored what happened on the day of North Korea’s missile launch, and are currently conducting investigations.
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