Japan and Trump Join Hands against the Common North Korea Threats

After the recent missile launch by North Korea, US President Donald Trump and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to take actions against the country. After the latest launch, Japans PM called President Donald Trump and was assured that the US would be taking all the necessary actions to protect the people. Abe said that Trump was committed to do something about it.

Abe also called upon Russia and China to do something more to prevent North Korea from trying more missile launches. According to reports, Abe told news reporters that they have been making efforts to help resolve the conflict with North Korea, but they are the ones who are completely ignoring their efforts and are escalating the problems further. He asked Russia and China to take these threats seriously and to put pressure on North Korea.

Talking about their plans, Abe said that they would be strengthening their defense system and the capabilities to help protect their people. After the phone call, the White House issued a statement saying that the two leaders have agreed that North Korea is a big threat to the United States, Japan, Korea and many other countries. The Korean PM called Trump after the US military, Japan military and South Korea military carried out a joint operation conducting jet drills over the Korean peninsula. The serious mission came after North Korea tested a ballistic missile and also talked about the nuclear program.

United Nation's Ambassador, Nikki Haley in a statement said that the time for talks is completely over and the threat that North Korea poses to the other countries is clear to everyone. On July 3rd and July 28th, North Korea tested their ICBMs and said that these weapons can also reach the US mainland.

January 16, 2022 - 02:53
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