The South Korean military has announced that it will conduct maneuver training from the 7th in collaboration with the US military's nuclear-powered aircraft carrier deployed in the Sea of ​​Japan, strengthening the restraint on North Korea, which repeatedly launches ballistic missiles.

The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff announced that the US and South Korean forces will conduct maneuver exercises in the Sea of ​​Japan on the 7th and 8th in collaboration with the US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan.



The South Korean military also plans to carry out an operation to escort "Ronald Reagan" to the southeast offshore of Jeju Island in the south.



On the 6th, Japan, the United States, and South Korea are conducting joint exercises in the Sea of ​​Japan assuming the launch of ballistic missiles.



The Joint Chiefs of Staff emphasized that it will continue to strengthen its capabilities and readiness to respond to any provocations from the North.



In conjunction with this, the US and South Korean forces announced on the 7th that they had delivered equipment to improve the performance of the US anti-missile system "THAAD" to a base in South Korea's Seongju. did.



The United States and South Korea have strengthened their restraint on North Korea, which has repeatedly launched ballistic missiles at an unprecedented frequency.



On the other hand, in a statement released on the 6th, North Korea criticized the re-deployment of the US military's nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to the Sea of ​​Japan, and both the US and South Korean forces continue to be vigilant against further provocations.