North Korea tests the banned intercontinental ballistic missile, covered a range of 1,100 km

Seoul (South Korea) – South Korea and Japan have claimed that North Korea has tested an intercontinental ballistic missile for the first time since 2017. The missile flew for 1,100 km and reached an altitude of 6,000 km before falling into the Sea of ​​Japan. North Korea has missiles capable of reaching 8,000 km. According to a BBC report, only the US, Russia and China have such powerful missiles. The higher the altitude in the sky the missile goes after being fired, the farther it can reach.