South Korea's Moon Says North Korea's Missile Launch Was Protest Against U.S.

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Published on May 9, 2019 - Duration: 00:38s

South Korea's Moon Says North Korea's Missile Launch Was Protest Against U.S.

On Thursday, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said that North Korea’s latest missile launch was likely a protest against the U.S. According to Reuters, President Moon Jae-in cited the failed summit between the two countries’ leaders in Hanoi back in February.

“North Korea seemed to be discontented it could not reach a deal in Hanoi.” However, Moon added that the North appeared to have refrained from using weapons that directly threaten the United States.


South Korea's Moon Says North Korea's Missile Launch Was Protest Against U.S.

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