North Korea tests second underwater nuclear drone

North Korea tests second underwater nuclear drone: It was named Hyle-2, which means 'tsunami' in the Korean language

Apr 8, 2023 - 19:09
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North Korea tests second underwater nuclear drone
North Korea tests second underwater nuclear drone

North Korea has once again tested an underwater nuclear drone. The government media there KCNA gave this information on Saturday. North Korea has named its second underwater nuclear drone as Hyle-2.
Hail means tsunami in Korean. This drone specializes in silently attacking the enemy in the sea. North Korea tested this drone between April 4 and April 7. During this, Hail covered a distance of thousand kilometres.
According to a CNN report, North Korea's second underwater nuclear drone remained underwater for 71 hours before attacking the target. North Korea on Thursday blamed the US and South Korea for rising tensions, two days before announcing the test.
He had said that both countries have brought the situation to the brink of nuclear war through continuous joint military drills. Dictator Kim Jong also warned of aggressive action in return for the drills.
North Korea successfully tested its first underwater nuclear drone between 21 and 23 March after the missiles. KCNA had told that this military's nuclear drone has the ability to bring radioactive tsunami. It can also easily destroy the ports of other countries.
The testing of nuclear drones was monitored by North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un himself. Before firing the nuclear drone, it was kept 260 to 490 feet below the sea near South Hamgyong Province for 59 hours and 12 minutes.
During the drills with America and South Korea, North Korea has also continuously tested other missiles including Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM). Also, a few days ago, the country presented its nuclear weapons to the world for the first time. During this, North Korea talked about making even more dangerous nuclear weapons.
North Korea has named its nuclear weapons Hwasein-31. Nuclear experts believe that although North Korea's weapons are small, they can be used on intercontinental ballistic missiles to wreak havoc in America and South Korea.
North Korea's nuclear weapons, officially shown for the first time on Tuesday, are larger than in 2016, according to Professor Keon Soo of Seoul National University. This clearly shows their progress in making nuclear weapons.
The United Nations i.e. UN has imposed sanctions on North Korea regarding the testing of nuclear and ballistic killers. Simply put, North Korea cannot test nuclear and ballistic missiles. Despite this, missile tests are being done continuously.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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