Seoul announced the launch of North Korea “unidentified missile”

North Korea on Wednesday, April 5, made a start in the direction of the sea of Japan “unidentified missile” from the area of the port city of Shinpo on the East coast. About it reports Reuters, citing a statement by the South Korean military.

The South Korean news Agency Yonhap, which also refers to the military of South Korea, said that, presumably, it was the launch of a ballistic missile.

Reports of a possible missile launch comes amid the upcoming meeting of U.S. President Donald trump and the head of China XI Jinping, during which plans to discuss including problemo the DPRK.