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North Korea launches fourth ballistic missile in one week after Vice President Harris’ gaffe

North Korea launches fourth ballistic missile in one week after Vice President Harris' gaffe

North Korea launched its fourth ballistic missile in one week, then Vice President Kamala Harris She made a mistake during her prepared statements in the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

South Korea’s military told Yonhap that the missile was fired into the East Sea on Saturday.

It is the fourth missile launched by North Korea in the past seven days.

The provocation comes after Harris said Thursday that the United States has a “strong alliance” with the “Republic of North Korea”.

Vice President Kamala Harris praises US alliance with ‘Republic of North Korea’ at DMZ SPEECH GAFFE

US Vice President Kamala Harris holds a bilateral meeting with South Korean Prime Minister Han Duk-soo (not pictured) in Tokyo on September 27, 2022, prior to the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
(Getty Images)

Harris intends to refer to the Republic of Korea, which is the official name of South Korea.

“I cannot say enough that the United States’ commitment to defending the Republic of Korea is iron-clad, and that we will do everything we can to ensure that it makes sense in every way the words suggest,” Harris said when Visit the DMZ.

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Harris and South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol condemned North Korea's ballistic missile launch and discussed responses to possible future provocations, according to a White House reading of the meeting between the two leaders.

Harris and South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol condemned North Korea’s ballistic missile launch and discussed responses to possible future provocations, according to a White House reading of the meeting between the two leaders.
(Seong Joon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

North Korea also fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea within hours of Harris’ departure from South Korea on Thursday.

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White House Press Secretary Karen Jean-Pierre On Wednesday, he said the missile tests were “not unusual,” adding that they would not prevent Harris from going to the DMZ.

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Kamala Harris and South Korean Prime Minister Han Duk-soo

Kamala Harris and South Korean Prime Minister Han Duk-soo
(Lea Milles/Photo pool via AP)

“As you know, North Korea has a history of doing these kinds of tests,” Harris said.

Andrea Facciano of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.