Seoul: North Korea has been spotted moving what appears to be an intercontinental ballistic missile towards its west coast, media reports said.
South Korea-based Asia Business Daily cited an intelligence source as saying that the missile was seen moving on Monday..
The North Korean missile programme’s launch facilities are on its west coast – and the move was reportedly made during the night to avoid surveillance.
South Korea’s Defence Ministry said it could not confirm the report, but it said on Monday that Pyongyang was ready to launch more missiles.
North Korea alarmed the world with its most powerful test to date on Sunday of what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb that could be mounted on to a long-range missile.
Source: Bahrain News Agency