The possibility of further provocations, including the Japanese government’s North Korean nuclear test

The Japanese government is wary of the possibility that North Korea could conduct a nuclear test following the launch of a ballistic missile that passes through the Japanese archipelago.

Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said at a regular press conference on the 4th, “I believe there is a possibility that North Korea will carry out additional provocations, including conducting a nuclear test, but will not comment on information and specific analysis. I will refrain,” he said.

Minister Matsuno said, “We will continue to work closely with the United States and focus our efforts on gathering and analyzing necessary information, as well as surveillance and surveillance, while working closely with the United States, South Korea , the United States and Japan for the complete denuclearization of North Korea.”

In response to the question, ‘As the North Korean missile crosses Japanese airspace, voices are coming from members of the Liberal Democratic Party that we need to speed up the work of maintaining the ability to counterattack (the ability to attack bases ‘the enemy)’ yes, “he replied.

Regarding the criticism of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida that he came to the prime minister’s residence an hour after North Korea launched the missile, Minister Matsuno said, “I understand that the Prime Minister received an immediate report from his secretary immediately after the launch of the missile and gave the necessary instructions.” Criticism for being late is not correct.”

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