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ICBM class missile launch from North Korea continues, as does the low approval rate of the Kishida administration.

On the morning of the 18th, the Defense Ministry announced that a single intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) class missile was launched from North Korea. It is said that this missile landed in the sea about 250 kilometers northwest of Okushiri Island in Hokkaido, and the Japan Coast Guard has reported that it is believed to have already landed. According to Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, the missile was launched in a lofted trajectory.

At around 8:24 on the same morning, it was announced that a missile was launched from near Pyongyang in the northeast direction. This fact has been reported by the Yomiuri Shimbun and the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff among others. The specific launch point and flight distance are unknown at this time, but it is thought that the missile flew a long distance judging from the launch and landing points.

On the other hand, the support rate of the Kishida administration continues to decline in the political world. Takashi Matsuo, a celebrity, gave a suggestion about this situation and commented, Conspiracy theories don’t suit my temperament. No specific details have been reported about this topic, yet numerous opinions are being exchanged about the current state of the administration.


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