Two U.S. supersonic bombers B-1 Lancers flew with over South Korea's eastern Gangwon-do province in response to North Korea's ICBM and nuclear test, reported CNN.

The bombers were specially transferred from the U.S. base to Guam for conducting exercises. They flew over the Japanese Sea, headed north to the line of demarcation. They were joined by F15K and F16 fighters over the province of Gangwon-do, to strike out key positions in North Korea.

On July 4, Pyongyang conducted a successful test of the Hwaseon-14 intercontinental ballistic missile. The height of the flight along the hanging trajectory was estimated at 2802 kilometers, the flight range was 933 kilometers.

The South Korean military believed that if the missile was launched along with an ordinary trajectory, it would cover a distance of 7,000-8,000 kilometers, it even could hit the part of the Alaska and Hawaiian Islands.

China opposed the U.S. actions in East Asia

According to CNN, China considers the U.S action in East Asia to be a serious military and political issue. The Foreign Ministry of China said the U.S .had stirred up the trouble and its actions were opposite to the countries of the region who like to aspire to stability, development, and cooperation.

On Thursday, the U.S. Air Force called the B-1 bomber flight's exercise "the rights of freedom of navigation." China's Foreign Ministry commented on the US Air Force's exercise, saying that they are firmly opposed to a sabre-rattling that harms China's security and sovereignty.


General Terrence O'Shaughnessy, Pacific Air Forces commander said that North Korea's actions were a threat to the US and its allies.

The United State, South Korea, and Japan united to oppose North Korea's threat

On Friday, during the ongoing meeting of world leaders at the G20 summit, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that North Korea would not have any good options left if the campaign for peaceful pressure failed.

President Donald Trump confronted North Korea very strongly on Thursday and said the U.S. was considering very severe things for N. Korea's ICBM test. The United States, South Korea, and Japan agreed on Friday to apply a U.N. Security Council resolution to put new sanctions on North Korea. On the other hand, Trump, Shinzo Abe, and Moon agreed to maximize t pressure in order to stop North Korea's nuclear program.

Reuters reported that "North Korea has hailed the ICBM test as marking the completion of is strategic weapons capability that it says includes atomic and hydrogen bombs."