This week, North Korea could conduct another test launch of a missile, while the United States has postponed its test of an intercontinental ballistic missile in an attempt to reduce tension on the peninsula. Kim Jang-soo, the chief national security adviser to the president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye, revealed this.
The official said a launch or other provocation could occur before or after Wednesday, when the neighbor contry suggested to Russian diplomats to leave Pyongyang, its capital. Last Sunday, William Hague, the British foreign minister, said the North Korean ambitions should be taken seriously and that “it should also be clear, very united and calm at all times because it is important not to feed the frenzied rhetoric we’ve seen in recent weeks.”
According to the U.S. Defense Secretary, Chuck Hagel, the Minuteman 3 test, a intercontinental ballistic missile warheads, was postponed to May 1, they would be fired from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, but this could be seen as action to exacerbate the current crisis.