Japan Considers Acquiring Arsenal of 1,000 long-range

Japanese newspaper "Yomiuri," Confirmed Japan is considering purchasing an arsenal of more than 1,000 long-range missiles to "minimize the gap with China."

This information has been confirmed by several Japanese government representatives.

They stated that this action is a response to the rise in regional tensions following China's military drills around Taiwan following Nancy Pelosi visit.

In order to narrow the "missile gap" with China which has deployed a considerable number of ballistic missiles

Japan will deploy the missiles, which have a range of 500 to 5,500 kilometres, from the Nansei Islands, Japan's southernmost archipelago

Tokyo also intends to increase the range of its surface-to-ship missile to targets more than 1,000 kilometres away and coastal areas of North Korea & China

The Ministry of Defense, in order to carry out this policy", plans to create a capital investment system for related companies.