Tokyo, February 20 – Kyodo News reported that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida instructed ministers to check the safety of ships and prepare for unexpected situations.
Previously, the DPRK launched three missiles, all of which fell outside Japan’s exclusive economic zone.
Kishida instructed ministers to provide prompt and accurate information to the public, check the safety of ships and aircraft, and prepare for unexpected situations. The agency also reported that the government is clarifying the exact number of launches.
An emergency headquarters has been set up at the Prime Minister’s Office, and information is being collected
In total, since the beginning of the year, the DPRK has carried out three missile launches; Last year, 37 launches were carried out.