TOKYO — Japan is considering the acquisition of offensive weapons and surveillance drones and will assume a more active role in regional security, the country’s defense minister said Friday, providing an early glimpse of ways the new conservative government could lead the nation farther than ever from its postwar pacifism.
The minister, Itsunori Onoreda, said that japan is ready to take this measures to counter the growing military powers of North Korea and China.
Emily: Good Morning delegates. I am the representative of North Korea. My name is Tenzin Chang and this is my assistant Soo-Jin Yang. It’s nice to see all of you delegates from many nations. I hope you will hear us out. We are here to discuss our opinion and solution of the nuclear weapons issue. We have been reported about the issue with our usage of nuclear weapons. We are here to negotiate a solution about this issue.