The Maritime Self-Defense Force has conducted a military drill to deal with a possible threat to Japan's existence, as defined by the country's national security laws, Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi revealed Monday amid China's ongoing military exercises around self-ruled Taiwan.
Kishi told a news conference that it was the first time Japan had conducted a military exercise that ran the gamut, starting with recognizing the situation as one that threatens the country's existence and ending with tackling the situation through the use of force.
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