Us and Japanese defense ministers talks: strengthening alliance and continuing pressure on DPRK

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 Us and Japanese defense ministers talks: strengthening alliance and continuing pressure on DPRK


The CNA reported that the Third Plenary Session of the Seventh Central Committee of the DPRKs Labor Party, held in April 20th, decided that, from April 21, 2018, North Korea would stop nuclear test and intercontinental ballistic missile launch test. Matisse made this statement when he met with Japanese defense minister Onodera Inori at the The Pentagon. He said that the two countries will remain vigilant against the new development of the Korean Peninsula and commend Japan for its role in implementing the sanctions imposed by the United Nations on the DPRK. Onodera Inori also said that Japan, together with the United States and the international community, forced the DPRK to give up all weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile projects completely, verifiably and irreversible. According to a statement issued by the The Pentagon, Matisse also said during the talks that she welcomed the re evaluation of the outline of the defense plan by the end of the year. The two sides also discussed the issue of the relocation of the US troops in Japan. Source: Xinhua news agency editor in charge: Yang Qiang _NN6027 The CNA reported that the Third Plenary Session of the Seventh Central Committee of the DPRKs Labor Party, held in April 20th, decided that, from April 21, 2018, North Korea would stop nuclear test and intercontinental ballistic missile launch test. Matisse made this statement when he met with Japanese defense minister Onodera Inori at the The Pentagon. He said that the two countries will remain vigilant against the new development of the Korean Peninsula and commend Japan for its role in implementing the sanctions imposed by the United Nations on the DPRK. Onodera Inori also said that Japan, together with the United States and the international community, forced the DPRK to give up all weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile projects completely, verifiably and irreversible. According to a statement issued by the The Pentagon, Matisse also said during the talks that she welcomed the re evaluation of the outline of the defense plan by the end of the year. The two sides also discussed the issue of the relocation of the US troops in Japan.