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Japan condemns North Korea’s latest missile launches
16:16 JST, November 2, 2022
The government lodged a protest with Pyongyang via the Japanese Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday following North Korea’s latest missile launches.
“[North Korea] is repeatedly conducting missile launches at an unprecedentedly high frequency. It is absolutely unacceptable,” Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters on Wednesday morning.
The prime minister held a National Security Council (NSC) meeting with members of his Cabinet later in the day.
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