North Korea is expected to test another missile on July 27th, which is the 64th anniversary of the signing of the Korean armistice agreement and is a public holiday known as Victory Day.
South Korea’s news agency Yonhap quoted a government source as saying Seoul had seen North Korea moving transporter erector launchers carrying ICBM launch tubes in North Pyongan province.
For the past three weeks, U.S. and China have deliberated about the possibility of new sanctions against North Korea due to the increased number of missile tests in the past three months. The U.S.’s ambassador to the U.N., Nikki Haley, told the U.N. security council that the new measures might include cutting off oil supplies, banning North Korean guest workers or imposing new air and maritime restrictions.
Source: The Guardian