Japan’s Ministry of Defense announced that North Korea, which had responded with ballistic missile tests, had fired missiles again.
The Ministry of Defense of Japan announced the successful testing of the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor missile. Notably, the test followed North Korea’s successive weapons tests.
While successive North Korean missile tests have increased security concerns in and around the Korean Peninsula, Japan has taken a new step on the defensive. The Ministry of Defense of Japan announced the successful testing of the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor missile. An intermediate-range ballistic missile launched from a US military base was said to have been successfully intercepted at an altitude of more than 100 kilometers above the Pacific Ocean by a missile launched on November 16 from a Maya-class warship equipped with an Aegis anti-missile system. system. The Japanese Ministry of Defense said in a statement that the SM-3 Block IIA missile was developed jointly by the United States and Japan, while noting that the system was tested by Japan for the first time.
On the other hand, it was announced that the number of warships equipped with the Aegis missile defense system in the Japan Self-Defense Force fleet was increased from 6 to 8, and emphasized that the success of the SM-3 Block IIA missile symbolizes the unshakable alliance between the United States and Japan.
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