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North Korea Set Off Missiles After Harris Departs South Korea

Kamala Harris, The United States of America's Vice President, is planning to measure a four-day visit to the heavily guarded Demilitarized Zone separating the Korean Peninsula on an Asian trip; in an attempt to display the U.S. commitment to the security of its Asian. 


The plan of the visits surfaces over the reasons for North Korea's recent missile testing and the gripping fears of the potential to practice nuclear tests as well. For American politicians looking to demonstrate their willingness to stand firm against aggression, visiting the DMZ (Korean Demilitarized Zone) has almost become a ritual. 


While Harris was in Japan on Wednesday, North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles. The country had already shot one before she left Washington on Sunday. The launches help this year's missile testing reach a record high. 


On Wednesday, the launch of two short-range ballistic missiles was attempted by North Korea. In addition, earlier this month passed, new legislation enshrined its ability to deploy nuclear weapons as preemptive warfare. 


Harris met with Yoon early on Thursday after arriving in the South Korean capital. Over the rising tensions in the region over North Korea's missile launches and China's actions in the Taiwan Strait. 


While Harris was in Japan on Wednesday, North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles. The country had already shot one before she left Washington on Sunday. The launches help this year's missile testing reach a record high. 


Harris spent three days in Tokyo before departing for Seoul. She spoke at a naval base about an American warship and criticized North Korea's "illicit weapons program." She was in Tokyo for the former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's funeral. 


Harris reiterated the U.S. commitment to the Asian ally's extended deterrence, which included "the full range of U.S. defense capabilities," it was stated. Both parties also discussed potential adjustments to American electric vehicle subsidies that South Korea worries may hurt its auto industry. 


The White House stated that Harris "recognized" Seoul's worries, and they agreed to keep in touch. According to the News1 news agency in South Korea, Harris informed Yoon that Biden had promised to find a solution to address the problems. 


 


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