In response to North Korea’s launch of two unidentified launches in the early morning, the Japanese government said that it has not immediately affected Japan’s security, but has set up a countermeasure room in the Prime Minister’s official residence (administrative center) to collect relevant information. News.
South Korea’s contract staff headquarters said on the 25th that at 5:34 and 5:57 in the morning, North Korea fired two short-range emitters of suspected new missiles in the eastern part of the Korean Peninsula in the eastern coastal city of Yuanshan, flying about 430 kilometers.
The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported that the Japanese government said that it did not find that North Korea’s missiles flew to Japan or the exclusive economic waters. As far as the current situation is concerned, it did not immediately affect Japan’s security.
Japanese Defense Minister Iwaya Yoshi told the media at 8:30 am (7:30 in Taiwan time) that North Korea was known to have launched some kind of launcher, and the Ministry of Defense held a meeting of relevant cadres to collect information, which is being analyzed.
Iwataka said that at this stage, there were no cases where unidentified propagules flew to Japan or the exclusive economic waters. In response to the military trend of North Korea, the Japanese government will continue to work closely with the United States and South Korea, and strive to collect information and analyze it in order to prepare for it.
According to Iwaya, the number, type, and flight distance of the emitters are still being analyzed. At this stage, it is inconvenient to disclose too much. He stressed that no matter how North Korea launches the launcher, it is a pity that it is a violation of UN resolutions if it is a ballistic missile.