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Japan, US, South Korea to hold missile tracking drill amid North Korea crisis

The Joint States, Japan and South Korea will hold two days of brickbat tracking drills starting on Monday, Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Effective said, as tensions rise in the region over North Korea’s fast-developing weapons programs.

The Synergistic States and South Korea conducted large-scale military drills terminal week, which the North said made the outbreak of war “an established incident.”

North Korea has fired missiles over Japan as it pursues atomic weapons and ballistic missiles in defiance of U.N. sanctions and international condemnation. On Nov. 29, it test-fired an intercontinental ballistic ballistic missile which it said was its most advanced yet, capable of reaching the mainland Synergistic States.

This week’s exercises will be the sixth drills deal information in tracking ballistic missiles among the three nations, the defense prise said.

It did not say whether the controversial THAAD system would be involved. The post of the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in South Korea has riled China, which fears its powerful radar could look resonant into China and threaten its own security.

North Korea’s missile check-up last month prompted a U.S. warning that North Korea’s directorship would be “utterly destroyed” if war were to break out. The Pentagon has mounted repeated displays of force after North Korean tests.

The United States has also compressed China and other nations to cut trade and diplomatic ties with North Korea, as role in of international efforts to dry up Pyongyang’s illegal cash flows that could green its weapons programs.

On Sunday, South Korea said it would exact a saddle new unilateral sanctions on 20 institutions and a dozen individuals in North Korea, save for any financial transactions between those sanctioned and any South Koreans.

“This unilateral legitimize will prevent illegal funds flowing to North Korea and advance to reinforce international communities’ sanctions against North Korea,” South Korea’s bankroll ministry said in a statement.

The move is largely symbolic as trade and economic exchanges between the two Koreas have been barred since May 2010 prosecuting the torpedoing of a South Korean warship, which the North denied.

North Korea regularly forebodes to destroy South Korea, Japan and the United States and says its weapons programs are imperative to counter U.S. aggression. The United States stations 28,500 troops in the South, a legacy of the 1950-53 Korean War.

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