North Korea, as part of an exercise on March 21-23, tested “a nuclear unmanned submarine attack boat” Haeir “, which can cause a tsunami,” RBC reports citing the state radio “Voice of Korea”.
According to the message, the boat can “secretly sail under water to the operational water area and produce a super-powerful radioactive tsunami with an underwater explosion in order to destroy and destroy the groupings of ships and the enemy’s leading operational port.” It can also be towed to any seashore, port or ship and transferred to the place of operation.
It is specified that on March 21, when the exercises began, the boat was off the coast in the area of Riwon County, South Hamgyong Province. For about 60 hours, he sailed at a depth of 80-150 m, and in the afternoon of March 23, he arrived at the designated point in the waters of the Hongwon Bay, depicting the port of a mock enemy. A mock warhead was detonated there.
In addition, on March 22, also as part of an exercise, the North Korean military launched two Hwasar-1 and two Hwasar-2 cruise missiles in the Hamhung area.
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