Japan has put its missile air defense systems on high alert after North Korea threatened to launch a satellite over its territory. North Korea previously notified Japan that it would launch its first military spy satellite which is expected to fly over Japanese territory.
Ballistic missile Defenses on Alert
The Japanese military vowed to take down any projectile that could potentially violate its territorial integrity and has at once put its high-tech ballistic missile systems on high alert. North Korea is expected to launch the military spy satellite between May 31 and June 11. Japan’s reaction is justified as it is very clear that the North Korean satellite is a military satellite that’ll prove to be useful in future war against its enemies.
Japanese PM Reacts
The Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said that any such action will seriously violate the United Nations Security Council resolutions. He said North Korea must refrain from taking such action as Japan will react without waiting a second.