Japan, U.S., South Korea to conduct joint navy drills on Friday

TOKYO (Reuters) – Naval forces of Japan, the USA and South Korea will conduct joint army drills on Friday, Japan’s Maritime Self-Protection Drive (MSDF) introduced on Thursday.

MSDF stated the workout routines, together with anti-submarine drills, will likely be held within the Sea of Japan, which South Korea calls the East Sea.

On Thursday, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris is about to sentence North Korea’s weapons checks in Seoul forward of her first go to to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the Koreas.

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