Baidens' Reaction on the Missile Launch of North Korea

Baidens' Reaction on the Missile Launch of North Korea

Washington has repeatedly tried to contact Pyongyang about North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs, but North Korea has not responded. This time, the president of the United States, Joe Biden, shouted in that continuity. He is excited about the news of North Korea's launch of a new missile.

The US president has said that he will never accept North Korea's short-range missile launch. However, he recognized that their numbers were not enough. Meanwhile, Joe Biden is believed to be excited for the first time since he took office.

North Korea is said to have been launching non-ballistic cruise missiles for a week. Pyongyang also believes that this does not violate the UN Security Council resolution.

The report says that Biden's comments come as Pyongyang criticizes the United States and South Korea for conducting joint military exercises. At the same time, he is part of Washington's ongoing efforts to establish diplomatic relations with Pyongyang.

However, reports of North Korea launching non-ballistic cruise missiles have been circulating in the US media, citing US officials and the South Korean Ministry of Defense.

South Korea recently said that two cruise missiles were fired into the sea from North Korea's Onchon early Sunday morning. Joe Biden made the remarks shortly after news of the launch of the two missiles broke. "We know that there has been no change in North Korea," Biden told reporters Tuesday night.

When asked if Biden found North Korea's missile launch provocative, he said: "No, it's business as usual, according to the Defense Department." But we will not accept it in any way. Biden also said there was nothing new in what North Korea was doing.

A week earlier, the Biden administration said that he had been trying to contact the North Korean government since February, but that he had not received a response from Pyongyang. US officials say Washington has tried to communicate with Pyongyang in various ways to reduce tensions between the two sides.

The two countries remain firm in their previous positions on North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Despite three rounds of talks between Biden's predecessor Trump and North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un, little progress has been made on the issue. Even those important meetings between the United States and North Korea did not stop Pyongyang's desire to become a nuclear weapons state.