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Vice Defense Minister Shu Watanabe said Sunday that Japan should make an arrangement with the South Korean military on intelligence sharing in light of North Korea’s failed rocket launch Friday.

The Self-Defense Forces “should come up with a mechanism to share intelligence with the South Korean military,” Watanabe told reporters, hinting that Tokyo will want more speedy access to information if Pyongyang holds future launches.

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