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North Korean Cruise Missile Likely Assisted by China and Iran: Expert

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North Korea announced on Sept. 13 the “successful” test of a new cruise missile that raised significant questions among military experts. One commented to The Epoch Times that China and Iran likely supported the development and manufacture of the missile. “As China has assisted North Korean ballistic missiles and has an advanced long-range land attack cruise missile (LACM) production base, it is very likely that China has enabled North Korea’s new long-range LACM,” wrote Richard Fisher, a senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center (IASC), in an email on Sept. 13. “There is also a good chance that Iran provided LACM technology to Pyongyang,” Fisher wrote. Pyongyang is the capital of North Korea. Two days after the LACM test, North Korea tested two ballistic missiles, which is a violation of multiple U.N. Security Council resolutions. The same day, on Sept. 15, South Korea tested its first submarine-launched ballistic missile …

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