North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Tuesday, disobeying international protocols. Earning a quick and angry rebuke from President Trump. North Korea fired a ballistic missile test, if it is confirmed, would be a major development for North Korea. Questions are now again renewing how close Kim Jong Un’s regime is developing a missile to hit the United States of America.

North Korea claims ICBM test, experts failed to trace its trajectory

Placing North Korea in top order of list is President Trump’s agenda as he heads into G20 meetings in Germany this week. Ump playing an important stake as he ready to meet foreign leaders including Chinese President Xi Jinping.

As news of the July 4 test emerged, Trump took to Twitter, calling out Kim and appearing to urge China to do more to pressure him. “North Korea has just launched another missile. Does this guy have anything better to do with his life?” Trump wrote.

“Hard to believe that South Korea and Japan will put up with this much longer,” he continued. “Perhaps China will put a heavy move on North Korea and end this nonsense once and for all.”

North Korea claims ICBM test, experts failed to trace its trajectory

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe appeared to take actions against North Korea and said he will closely work with the US and South Korea, invited Russia and China to do more.

“I’d like to strongly urge international society’s cooperation on the North Korea issue and urge China’s chairman, Xi Jinping, and Russia’s President Putin to take more constructive measures.”

Experts are still looking for the detailed information about the missile and picture of the weapons, categorize it so that they can measure the capability of the ICBM as well as North Korea too.