SEOUL—New details emerged here regarding recent North Korean nuclear and missile tests, Inside the Ring has learned.
First, North Korea succeeded in developing its first intercontinental ballistic missile, the KN-20, in a relatively fast five to six years and with extensive assistance from both Russia and China.
The first test-firing of the KN-20 ICBM took place on July 4, 2017, and was described by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as an Independence Day "gift" for "American bastards," the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported at the time. A second KN-20 was launched 24 days later.
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