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The United States, Japan and South Korea will share information on North Korean missiles

The United States, Japan and South Korea will share information on North Korean missiles

The United States, Japan and South Korea will share information on North Korean missiles

USA, Japan and South Korea announced on Saturday that they will share information about North Korean missile fire before the end of the year, according to a statement released after a meeting of their defense ministers in Singapore.

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the three parts “recognized trilateral efforts to activate a real-time data sharing mechanism” with the purpose of “Improve the capacity of each country to detect and evaluate the missiles thrown” by North Koreaaccording to the statement.

The US Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austinand their Japanese and South Korean counterparts Yasukazu Hamada and Lee Jong-sup they met on the sidelines of the defense forum Shangri-La Dialogue.

The three “discussed the growing nuclear threat and missiles by North Korea and of the “efforts to improve trilateral security exercises and address common security challenges in the region Indo-Pacificaccording to the statement.

This announcement follows the failed attempt to North Korea to launch a spy satellite on Wednesday, which fell into the sea after a problem with the rocket.

He south korean army he said he had managed to locate and recover a portion of the wreckage.

The three countries condemned the launch, which they said violates a series of UN resolutions. UN that prohibit Pyongyang test with technology missiles ballistic.

North Korea has no operational satellite in space and its leader, kim jong unmade the development of military spy satellites a priority.

Before that failed launch, Pyongyang it had launched five other satellites since 1998. Three failed immediately and two were apparently put into orbit.

Source: Elcomercio

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