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    Japan has fortified itself militarily in anticipation of North Korea's threats

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    Post by Rocky Tue 19 Dec 2017, 2:32 am

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    Japan formally decided Tuesday to expand its anti-ballistic missile defense system to include US-made Aegis radar and ground-based interceptors in response to a growing threat from North Korean missiles.
     
    According to the agency "Reuters" Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government approved a proposal to build two Aegis missiles Ashur.

    Reuters quoted previously informed sources as saying that sites without missiles would cost at least $ 2 billion, and that they would probably not work before 2023 at the earliest.
     
    "The threat posed by North Korea's nuclear and missile development to our country has reached a new stage," the defense ministry said in a statement.
     
    The decision to acquire the ground version of the Aegis missile defense system already deployed on Japanese military travel was widely expected.
     
    On Nov. 29, North Korea tested a new ballistic missile, more powerful, saying it could hit US cities, including Washington, and fly over Japan's current defense shield. The missile was over 4,000 kilometers, far above the interceptor range of Japanese ships. Operating in the Sea of ​​Japan.


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