Reports state that Japan is actually considering of collecting military Intel about foreign countries due to Tokyo’s failing of tracking North Korea’s short-range ballistic missiles more than two times since May. The collection of the Intel will happen through private satellites in hopes of filling the void that was caused from the termination of GSOMIA, which is a military Intel-sharing pact between South Korea and Japan. After citing several government officials, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported that the Japanese defense ministry has set aside nearly 932 thousand US dollars in related projects for next year.

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