Japan called on ships to be careful on the launch of North Korea missiles

US, WASHINGTON (NEWS OBSERVATORY) — Japan’s coast guard warned ships that DPRK missiles launched on Monday fell into the Sea of Japan, the Kyodo agency said.

According to him, the courts are advised to exercise caution.

New launches of North Korean missiles did not prejudice the Japanese vessels and aircraft, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe.

“At present, there is no evidence of any damage to aircraft or ships,” Kyodo News Agency quoted the head of the Japanese government as saying.

The Yonhap Agency, citing the military of South Korea, previously noted that North Korea launched at least three missiles in the direction of the Sea of Japan from the Sondok region of Hamgyong-namdo province.

The Japanese government believes that the DPRK launched ballistic missiles on Monday, but they did not reach the exclusive economic zone of Japan.


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