North Korea is capable of launching medium-range nuclear missiles with a range of 1,250 miles that could strike Taiwan and parts of Russia, warn Seoul officials

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

South Korea warns the outcast nation is capable of firing nuclear missiles
It could strike all of South Korea and parts of Japan, China and Russia
An official said the nuclear warheads would use Soviet-era technology

6 April 2016

North Korea has the capability to launch a nuclear warhead 1,250 miles to reach Taiwan and parts of Russia, it has been claimed.

A South Korean official said they believe the outcast nation is capable of firing a medium-range Rodong missile following its fourth nuclear test this year.

The Rodong missile can fire a 1 tonne warhead a distance of up to 1,250 miles, the official said, placing all of South Korea, most of Japan and parts of Russia and China in range.

The anonymous official said: ‘We believe they have the ability to mount a nuclear warhead on a Rodong. Whether they will fire it like that is a political decision.’

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said last month that his country had miniaturized nuclear warheads to mount on ballistic missiles.

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