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Tags: AS | Koreas | Tensions | The Latest

Japan Protests NKorean Missile Test Attempt

Japan Protests NKorean Missile Test Attempt
(AP)

Sunday, 16 April 2017 08:58 AM

The Japanese government says it has protested to North Korea over its latest attempted missile launch, but that the failed firing had no security impact on Japan.

Japan's Foreign Ministry and the Prime Minister's office released almost identical statements late Sunday, citing the U.S. announcement about North Korea's failed ballistic missile launch from its east coast.

According to the statements, "Japan does not tolerate repeated provocations like this by North Korea," and protested to the North over the action.

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The Japanese government says it has protested to North Korea over its latest attempted missile launch, but that the failed firing had no security impact on Japan.
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Sunday, 16 April 2017 08:58 AM
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