Accurate information about the place where the rocket fell is not provided at the moment, reports TASS. According to the NHK television channel, it was left outside Japan’s exclusive economic zone.
Under the office of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, a crisis headquarters began work to collect and analyze information related to Pyongyang’s new missile launch.
Japanese patrol boats urged ships in the region to contact authorities if missile debris is found.
This DPRK rocket launch was already the 35th this year.