The United States, Japan and South Korea considered it a ballistic missile test.
The latest missile fell into the sea 1,180 km (735 miles) east of Hokkaido, the Japanese government said.
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HIGH-FLYING MISSILESouth Korea’s military said the missile was launched from near the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, just before 6 a.m.
(2100 GMT on Monday) and flew 2,700 km (1,680 miles), reaching an altitude of about 550 km (340 miles).
Diplomats say China and Russia typically only view a test of a long-range missile or a nuclear weapon as a trigger for further possible U. In China, North Korea’s lone major ally, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said the crisis was “approaching a critical juncture”, but it might also be a turning point to open the door to peace talks. Trump also expressed optimism last week about a possible improvement in relations, saying of North Korea’s Kim: “I respect the fact that he is starting to respect us.” Some experts in Asia said Kim was trying to pressure Washington to get to the negotiating table with the latest missile tests.
“(North Korea) thinks that by exhibiting their capability, the path to dialogue will open,” said Masao Okonogi, professor emeritus at Japan’s Keio University.
Earlier this month, North Korea threatened to fire four missiles into the sea near the U. Pacific territory of Guam after Trump said it would face “fire and fury” if it threatened the United States.