Japan and the US will spend 3 billion dollars on the development of missiles against hypersonic weapons

Japan and the United States plan to spend about 460 billion yen ($3 billion) on the joint development of a new missile designed to intercept hypersonic targets. "Kyodo" agency informs about it.

According to the newspaper, the Japanese side will allocate about 1 billion dollars for these purposes. The development of the latest missile is planned to be completed in the second half of the 2030s. It was also reported earlier that Tokyo and Washington plan to develop and create a joint network of satellites designed to capture and track hypersonic targets.