It says that a relevant agreement was reached last week at a meeting in Washington between Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Barack Obama.
It is planned that this radar will be deployed on the Kyogamisaki Base of the Japanese self-defence forces on the coast of the Sea of Japan.
It is also planned that it will be able to locate and track down missiles launched by North Korea.
The first radar is already functioning in Aomori Prefecture in the northern part of Honshu Island.
The missile that was launched on December 12th last year and the nuclear test that was carried out by North Korea on February 12th this year caused the concern of the world community.
Voice of Russia, Interfax