In Singapore, the United States, Japan, and South Korea seek to share missile warning data of North Korea before the end of the current year, 2023, the three-nation aimed following a Saturday meeting of their defense chiefs.
The three nations recognized trilateral efforts to activate a data sharing mechanism to exchange real-time missile warning data before the end of the year in order to enhance each nation’s capability to detect and estimate missiles launched by North Korea.”
the statement said.
The aim to share data followed North Korea’s failed attempt to lunch its spy satellite which crashed a bit later after the rocket failed to reach its destination.
While South Korea said that it had managed to locate and rescue a portion of the suspected debris
All three countries denounced the launch, which they said overstepped of UN resolutions banning North Korea from any tests using ballistic missile technology.
Pyongyang has increased military development since diplomatic efforts tumbled in 2019, leading to a series of banned weapons tests, including test-firing multiple intercontinental ballistic missiles.