What has the North Korea reaction been?
The leaders agreed to resume working-level nuclear talks, but there have been no known meetings between the two sides since then. -South Korean military exercises in the region.
Japan's defence ministry said it did not see any imminent security threat from the latest projectile launch.
Moon, who has pledged to put the two Koreas on the path to peace before his single term ends in 2022, signaled a growing willingness to criticize Kim's missile launches.
The launches have complicated attempts to restart talks between USA and North Korean negotiators over the future of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes.
Experts say Trump's repeated downplaying of the North's recent launches allow the country more room to intensify its testing activity and advance its short-range weaponry while it seeks to build leverage ahead of nuclear negotiations with Washington, which could resume after the end of the military drills later this month.
Pyongyang has routinely expressed anger at the war games, but in the past has avoided carrying out tests while the manoeuvres are taking place. "I've never liked [the exercises], either", Trump said.
Tokyo has already told Washington it would shoulder part of the costs of any International Atomic Energy Agency inspections of North Korean facilities and dispatch Japanese nuclear experts. The weapons used in the suspected test have yet to been identified but are likely to be short-range ballistic missiles that Pyongyang has tested many times this year.
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A USA official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said initial information indicated at least one projectile was sacked by North Korea and appeared to be similar to the short-range missiles fired in previous weeks.
North Korea fired two short-range missiles on Friday, August 16, according to the South Korean military.
What did South Korea say? That of course would endanger our deployed forces as well.
Bolton also highlighted the stalemate in negotiations between the two nations since Trump and Kim's historic meeting at the DMZ in late June.
In a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump last week, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un also voiced his displeasure with the joint military exercises. "The door is open for them ... but they need to walk through it and they haven't done that yet".
"So far we have seen six missile tests in the last several weeks and those missile tests really continue to show a marked improvement in the North Korean rocket program", CNN military analyst and retired Air Force Col. Cedric Leighton said.
North Korea has fired off six missile tests in the last month, most recently on Thursday night ET, launching what a USA official described as two short range ballistic missiles. It would make it North Korea's sixth launch in more than three weeks as tensions with the USA soar.
The South Korean authorities are "snooping about to fish in troubled waters in the future DPRK-US dialogue. dreaming that the phase of dialogue would naturally arrive" once the joint Seoul-Washington military drills are over, the North's statement said yesterday, referring to North Korea by its official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, or DPRK.