US To Sell Japan $133M In Missiles To Counter North Korea Threat


The State Department plans to sell Japan more than $133 million worth of missiles and equipment to push back against North Korea’s “provocative behavior,” the department told Congress on Tuesday.

If approved, the missile deal would “follow through on President Trump’s commitment to provide additional defensive capabilities to treaty allies threatened by the [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s] provocative behavior,” the State Department said in a statement, referring to North Korea’s official name.

Read more at The Hill.



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