Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga confirmed the data on the launch of ballistic missiles by North Korea.
He noted that a total of two missiles were launched from the territory of the DPRK, which fell outside the exclusive economic zone of Japan.
Japan also protested in connection with the launches conducted by North Korea.
Earlier, Japan announced the possible launch of a ballistic missile by the DPRK. At the same time, the Japanese government expressed the opinion that the launches are “a serious threat to the world community.”
After that, a source in the US administration announced that the DPRK had conducted two launches of ballistic missiles.