Japan, the United States, and South Korea have agreed to upgrade their security relationship to enable real-time monitoring of missiles launched by North Korea. 

The countries will activate the new data-sharing mechanism by the end of the year. The trilateral agreement came during a one-hour meeting in Singapore on Saturday attended by Japanese Defense Minister Hamada Yasukazu, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, and South Korean Defense Minister

Lee Jong-sup. The Defense Chiefs met on the sidelines of the Shangri-La Dialogue.

A joint statement released after the talks said the three condemned North Korea's recent claimed space launch using ballistic missile technology, as it constitutes a serious violation of relevant UN Security Council resolutions. Pyongyang announced after the failed launch that it will conduct another launch soon

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