An expert on North Korea's military has said that recently released satellite images of the nation's military installations suggest it could be preparing for submarine-based ballistic missile test, reports AFP news. Satellite imagery of a submarine base show coverings have been suspended to obscure any activity from view.
US -based North Korea monitoring Web site "38 North" released satellite imagery of a shipyard and submarine base in North Korea on Friday.
Military experts have suggested that, the North could be preparing for an upgrade to its existing submarine's launch systems Pukguksong-1.
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Joseph Bermudez, a specialist on North Korean defense and military, shared photographs on "authoritative 38 North blog" of the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University and claimed that the images show preparations by North Korean for a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) test.
The Pukguksong-1 is a SLBM, whose first successful test dates back to 24 August 2016.
Additionally, imagery of the Mayang-do Navy Shipyard and Submarine Base shows the same number of Romeo-class submarines that are usually berthed there. Picture: ReutersDonald Trumps threats to unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea to take a $10 trillion hit on the USA economy.
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On Aug. 5, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously for fresh sanctions on North Korea, after it launched two ICBM tests last month, which has prodded Pyongyang to threaten a missile strike around the U.S. territory of Guam.
"Though I don't want the temperature to get any higher, I think it's important also that there is clarity and that if there is an attack on any American soil including Guam, that it will be met with overwhelming response", Calvo told reporters on Friday.
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