South Korea calls North's newest missile launch a 'critical provocation'  

South Korea is reportedly calling North Korea’s newest missile launch “a critical provocation” after a pair of ballistic missiles able to reaching Japan have been test-fired over the weekend.

CNN reported Sunday that South Korea’s army mentioned mid-range ballistic missiles have been launched and Seoul known as them “a critical provocation that harms peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula in addition to the worldwide neighborhood.”  

The workplace of Japan’s prime minister issued an emergency alert Sunday over the suspected ballistic missiles and later mentioned the weapons traveled over 300 miles to land within the waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan. 

The launches comply with North Korea’s current claims that it’s engaged on nuclear-capable ballistic missiles that would journey so far as the U.S. mainland.  

North Korea has engaged in a variety of weapons-testing launches all year long, drawing scrutiny from the worldwide neighborhood. The Kim Jon Un regime has justified its actions by saying the nation is shoring up its defenses within the face of perceived threats from South Korea and elsewhere. 

The U.S. final week arrange a unit of the U.S. Area Forces at Osan Air Base, close to Seoul in South Korea, with the intention to hold a greater eye on the Kim regime, China and Russia.

The Related Press contributed to this report.