North Korea launches reconnaissance operations with its spy satellite

The KCNA news agency reported that the collected data will be sent to the “corresponding permanent executive department of the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of North Korea” as a deterrent measure against the outbreak of war conflict with the regime.

The Reconnaissance Satellite Operations Office North Korea began “its mission as an independent military intelligence organization” on Saturday. the official KCNA news agency reported this Sunday.

The General Control Center of the National Aerospace Technology Administration (NATA) in Pyongyang will transmit the information it collects during the development of its operations to the “corresponding permanent executive department of the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea” of the North, according to the same agency.

The North Korean Ministry of National Defense hopes these activities will serve for “war deterrence” with North Korea which would mean “assuming a more perfect military policy”.

In fact, the data collected “will be offered to major units considered as a war deterrent of the State and the General Reconnaissance Office of the Korean People’s Army.

On November 21, the North Korean authorities They managed to put a so-called spy satellite into orbit a day ahead of schedule and after the two previous attempts, in May and August, which ended in failure.but it has heightened international fears of a further escalation by Pyongyang in its arms race.

As, South Korea also launched its first military reconnaissance satellite into space. this Friday, December 1, matching neighboring North Korea.

Source: Latercera

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