Australia, New Zealand deploy aircraft to Japan to help enforce North Korea sanctions

FILE PHOTO: Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and New Zealand's Foreign Minister Winston Peters visit the Cabinet War rooms in central London, April 17, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

WELLINGTON/SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia and New Zealand said on Friday their governments were deploying three maritime patrol aircraft to Japan to assist with efforts to enforce United Nations sanctions against North Korea. Australia will add two AP-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft to conduct maritime surveillance to an existing aircraft deployed earlier in the year, Defence […]

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