In South Korea, found traces of MLRS shots from the territory of the DPRK

In South Korea, found traces of MLRS shots from the territory of the DPRK

The South Korean military said they had discovered the trajectory of the shots fired by North Korea from the MLRS.

South Korea found evidence of MLRS firing from North Korea

Reuters writes about this.

Surveillance has been stepped up as a result of the incident in South Korea and alert level.

North Korea is noted to frequently test launch MLRS during military exercises, and has developed larger versions of the projectile in recent years.

In the same year, the DPRK conducted test launches of a number of missiles, ranging from the largest intercontinental ballistic missile to small IRBMs. All are banned by UN Security Council resolutions.

South Korea, for its part, is developing a $2.6 billion missile interception system that is somewhat similar to the Israeli “Iron Dome“ #8221;.

The US has about 28,500 troops stationed in South Korea who are training alongside South Korean troops to counter North Korea in case of conflict.