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Defense Ministry Releases Latest Evidence In Radar Dispute With S. Korea, Calls Off Further Talks

January 21 2019


The Japanese Defense Ministry says it is ending talks with Seoul over a dispute involving a South Korean destroyer and a Japanese patrol plane, reports the Japan Times

On Monday, the ministry released a new audio file that it says shows continuous, intense radar waves directed at a Japanese P-1 maritime patrol aircraft. 

The audio file, converted from radar waves, is inconsistent with surface search radar waves, as Seoul has maintained, the ministry said.

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