South Korean intelligence sources said North Korean military radar can not track long-range missile
4 on 5, the South Korean capital Seoul, the Korean people to watch the launch event of television coverage. Xinhua News Agency/Agence France
Global Times special correspondent Tangxiang reported on April 7, according to Agence France-Presse reported that South Korean intelligence sources said North Korea fired a rocket move exposed a gap in the country, that military radar can not track long-range goals.
Agence France-Presse quoted the South Korean “Central Daily” reported that South Korean intelligence sources said North Korea can not afford to track long-range missiles beyond a certain distance.
“Central Daily” said, North Korea announced that it has a satellite into orbit, but it does not know where the rocket landed, “This is because North Korea does not have the tracking radar’s ability to target thousands of kilometers . “
South Korean Defense Ministry and other departments refused to comment on.