North Korea has launched two short-range ballistic missiles eastward, its second in three days as per the reports

following the redeployment of an aircraft carrier to the region and joint military exercises with South Korea.

The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) and the Japanese government both reported the launches on Thursday.

They followed Tuesday’s test of a suspected intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) over Japan — the first since 2017 

"This is the sixth time in a short period," Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters. “This absolutely cannot be tolerated.”

According to the JCS, the missiles were launched 22 minutes apart and originated near Pyongyang, North Korea's capital.

The launches on Thursday occurred as the US aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan returned to waters off the Korean peninsula in what South Korea's military described as an attempt 

Experts said that weapon was probably a Hwasong-12 missile, which is capable of reaching the US territory of Guam in the Pacific, and can carry a nuclear warhead. 

North Korea condemned Washington's repositioning of the carrier in a statement issued by its foreign ministry, saying it posed a serious threat to stability.

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According to analysts, North Korea intends to increase its military arsenal in order to gain leverage in future negotiations with Washington.