seoul - North Korea has moved a long distance rocket to the west coast of the country. That writes the South Korean Asia Business Daily based on an information source.
The move of the intercontinental ballistic missile began on Monday, one day after North Korea conducted a new nuclear test. The rocket was transported at night to the west coast, where the country has launch platforms.
The Ministry of Defense of South Korea was unable to confirm the information. However, the ministry previously informed that the neighboring country is able to fire more missiles at any time, including long-haul missiles.