US, Japan, South Korea aim to share North Korea missile warning data
SpaceWar.com reports: “The United States, Japan and South Korea aim to share North Korean missile warning data before the end of 2023, the three countries said on Saturday after a record number of missile tests by Pyongyang this year.
Leaders of the three allies committed to the real-time data sharing at a summit in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh in November.
North Korea has ramped up military development since diplomatic efforts collapsed in 2019, conducting a string of banned weapons tests, including test-firing multiple intercontinental ballistic missiles.
Defence chiefs from the United States, Japan and South Korea announced the data-sharing agreement after they met at a forum in Singapore.
The three sides ‘recognised trilateral efforts to activate a data sharing mechanism to exchange real-time missile warning data before the end of the year in order to improve each country’s ability to detect and assess missiles launched’ by North Korea, their joint statement said…”View Original Article