North Korea this morning fired what appear to be two short-range ballistic missiles.
According to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff, these as-yet unidentified projectiles were launched towards the East Sea at 6:10 AM from a site near the city of Wonsan, flying 230 kilometers at a maximum altitude of 30 kilometers.
The JCS said such military action by the North is inappropriate while the world is suffering from COVID-19, and it urged the regime to stop.
The South Korean military is currently monitoring the situation while maintaining readiness in case of additional launches.
This is the fourth time that the regime has tested such weapons this year, the last time being on March 21st.