Regime says Pyongyang and Seoul have nothing to talk about while South Korea continues military drills with US
North Korea has fired at least two unidentified projectiles into the sea off its east coast, shortly after it denounced South Korea’s military drills with the US and declared that inter-Korean talks were over.
The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff [JCS] said the North conducted the launch early on Friday from a site near the city of Tongchon. It has conducted six rounds of weapons launches since 25 July, apparently in retaliation for military drills involving South Korean and US forces.
Related: Korean peninsula will be united by 2045, says Seoul amid Japan row
The full English text of KCNA’s rant against South Korean President Moon. Calls him a “funny man” and an “impudent guy.” pic.twitter.com/f7MZZ15DmS