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After decades of policy change, Japan announced to buy

After decades of policy change, Japan announced to buy of new missiles Japan has approved a major overhaul of its defense policy after calling China the 'biggest threat' to its security.

After decades of policy change, Japan announced to buy
After decades of policy change, Japan announced to buy 

This change in Japan's military force policy comes after decades. According to the news agency AFP, Japan has vowed to increase security spending by 2 percent by 2027, reshape its military command and acquire new missiles that can target remote areas of the enemy.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumo Kishida told a news conference on Friday that he is determined to remain steadfast in his mission to protect and defend the country and its people at this critical juncture in history.

Citing Russia's attack on Ukraine as an example, he said, "Increasing nuclear missile capabilities in our neighboring countries and the region, rapid military build-up, attempts to unilaterally change status quo by force, and more clearly done.'

Polls show that the Japanese public largely supports the change, but the change may also be controversial because Japan's post-World War II constitution does not officially recognize the military.


After decades of policy change

Three defense and security documents approved by the cabinet on Friday described Beijing as the "biggest strategic challenge to Japan's peace and stability ever".
Japan's government plans to increase its defense spending to two percent of GDP by the fiscal year 2027. This is a significant increase from past spending of about one percent, and there has been criticism over how to finance it. will

The documents warn that Japan's current missile interception system is no longer sufficient. Prime Minister Fumo Kishida has said that 'counterattack capability will be necessary for the future.'

Japanese governments have long suggested that counterattacks to neutralize enemy attacks would be constitutionally permissible. However, after China's increase in military power and North Korea's missile launches in recent months, the policy has changed.
Understanding the sensitivity of the issue,

the documents ruled out pre-emptive strikes and emphasized that Japan was committed to an 'exclusively defensive policy'.The defense policy will include upgrading existing Japanese weapons as well as purchasing US-made Tomahawk missiles. Other changes include the establishment of a permanent joint command for Japan's armed forces and an increase in its coast guard.

India and Japan plan to conduct military exercises 

India and Japan intend to lead military activities to reinforce and safeguard ties
India and Japan have communicated their assurance to additional increment guard participation and said that the powers of the two nations will direct joint activities.
As per the Reuters news office, on Thursday, Indian Protection Pastor Rajnath Singh met his Japanese partner Yasukazu Hamada in Tokyo.

The two pastors will likewise hold talks alongside their unfamiliar secretaries.
As per the assertion delivered by the Indian Service of Guard, Protection Priest Rajnath Singh welcomed Japanese industrialists to put resources into India's safeguard area.
As indicated by the articulation, "The two pastors concurred that the early direction of the underlying battle activities will prepare for additional collaboration and shared participation between the flying corps of the two nations."

India, similar to Japan, is expanding its tactical solidarity to manage developing security dangers, including from adjoining China. In Japan, the Head of the state Fuomo Kushida has guaranteed a reasonable expansion in protection spending.

Japan's decision Liberal Leftist faction needs to raise Japan's tactical spending plan to 2 percent of GDP throughout the following five years. India sent off its most memorable natively fabricated plane-carrying warship last week.

Given China's developing military could in the area, Delhi is extending its security attaches with Tokyo. The two nations, alongside Australia and the US, are individuals from the Quad Gathering of Countries and lead yearly maritime activities across the Indo-Pacific to show common guard participation.

After the Quad's Highest point in May this year, Indian Head of state Narendra Modi and Japanese State leader Kushida concurred in a gathering that the two nations will cooperate to keep the 'Indo-Pacific open and free'.

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