Japan refused to consider the recent launch of the North Korean missile threat

Fumio Kishida

North Korean missiles fired on Thursday morning, June 8, did not affect the security of Japan. This was announced by the Minister of foreign Affairs of Japan, Fumio Kishida, his words RIA Novosti reported.

“Anything that could threaten Japan’s security in the near future, is not fixed. But such provocative actions are unacceptable,” said Kishida told reporters.

Previously, June 8, the DPRK military has launched several anti-ship missiles from its East coast. They flew about 200 kilometers before he fell into the waters of the sea of Japan.

29 may North Korea conducted a successful test of a ballistic missile, and June 5, the country’s air force carried out review combat missions, aimed at practicing strikes on the American aircraft carriers.

The situation on the Korean Peninsula is one of the most intense topics of international politics. The USA demand from the Republic of the cessation of nuclear and missile tests. Earlier it was reported that Washington is ready to launch a preemptive strike on North Korean military targets if Pyongyang decides for another nuclear test. In response, the DPRK said that in this case will cause a pre-emptive strike.