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Can never tolerate North Korea provocations: Japan

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The Japanese government said today it can never tolerate provocations from North Korea after the country’s military said it is finalising a plan to launch missiles towards Guam, that would fly over Japan.

Japan’s chief government spokesman, Yoshihide Suga told reporters in Tokyo that North Korea’s actions are obviously provocative to the region including Japan and threat to the security of the international community.

He said Japan has in the past also vowed to shoot down North Korean missiles or rockets that threaten to hit its territory and addad it is very important to maintain US deterrent power as the security situation in the region is extremely severe.

Suga said Japan and the US are “closely consulting with each other” and will hold a meeting of their foreign and defence Ministers on August 17.

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