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South Korea's position on Japan's announcement one minute earlier than North Korea's missile launch ...

2022-01-12  Category:military

South Korea's position on Japan's announcement one minute earlier than North Korea's missile launch ...

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Announcement of Japan one minute earlier

The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff announced on the 11th that "North Korea has launched a US projectile over the East Sea." The joint visitor said in a text message sent to the entry and exit reporters around 7:30 am on that day. The Japan Coast Guard announced at around 7:29 am that day, "launched from North Korea with a projectile that could be a ballistic missile." Requested attention to vessels in transit. An emergency convocation team consisting of officials from relevant ministries and agencies was convened in the official residence countermeasures office set up at the Prime Minister's Office Crisis Management Center. The announcement in Japan was one minute earlier.

GSOMIA necessary for the United States

There was a debate about whether Japan and South Korea GSOMIA are necessary for Japan, but there is also talk that it is necessary to share information on North Korea's movements from land and spies, but in reality the United States has separate information from Japan and South Korea. The view is that it is necessary for the United States to receive information after ensuring information consistency between Japan and South Korea, rather than the role of collecting and organizing information. In other words, America needs Japan-Korea GSOMIA .

Even in the examples so far, South Korea made a mistake in the landing point of the missile , and it seems that Japan does not need Japan-Korea GSOMIA for missiles.



POINT

Korea has no artificial satellites and cannot detect missile launches. Japan accurately announces the launch and expected landing points, and the actual landing points.