Chinese fishing boats left the disputed waters of the DPRK Korean missile test
data for: by the reading of the Korean People’s Army ground missile forces
People February 11 hearing, according to the British Reuters, the 11th of this month, South Korea, a military official said the Chinese fishing boats have been away from the inter-Korean sea dispute, which may indicate that North Korea is about to begin missile tests.
North Korea during the missile tests before the tests are usually ordered to leave the vessel in waters.
an unnamed South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff official said: “(China) fishing boats have disappeared, but has not found any other unusual behavior.” The official declined to North Korea’s missile test matters for comment.
take them because of dissatisfaction with the South Korean government’s tough policy, North Korea in recent weeks has threatened to South Korea to ashes, causing increased tension on the peninsula.
Some analysts have said North Korea’s various actions intended to put pressure on South Korea, to attract the attention of the new U.S. president Barack Obama.
North Korea test-fired short-range missiles may at any time, but the South Korean government official told local media that they will soon be in the disputed waters of the DPRK to doubt long-range missile test. (Wang Yu Ran)