Mainichi Shimbun: Japan is exploring the development of missiles with a range of up to 3,000 km
Tokyo, 25 November 2022, 05:27 — REGNUM The Japanese authorities are considering the development of guided missiles with a flight range of up to 3,000 km, as well as the phased deployment of such weapons in the country, including the island of Hokkaido. This was written by the Mainichi Shimbun newspaper, citing its sources.
The Japanese military is currently equipped with missiles with a range of just over 100 km.
As reported IA REGNUMOn October 28, it became known that Japan wants to buy Tomahawk cruise missiles from the United States, the flight range of which reaches about 1.2 thousand km.
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