North Korea reportedly extended major-missile system: report

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The North Korean government is reportedly just a few weeks puts the finishing touches on the expansion of a large rocket plant after Kim Jong-Un-summit with President trump in Singapore.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the plant was studied the satellite images by the researchers in Middlebury Institute of International studies in Monterey, California. The researchers told the paper that the completion of the facility occurred in about the same time as Trump met Kim.

A separate organization reports that it is noted that the upgrades were also on the country’s main nuclear research center.

The “Washington Post” quoted on Saturday an unnamed U.S. intelligence officials, concluded that North Korea has no intention to fully surrender its nuclear stockpile.

Evidence collected, since the 12. The June summit in Singapore points, in order to deceive the preparations, the United States, the number of nuclear warheads in North Korea’s arsenal as well as the existence of secret facilities used for fissile material for nuclear bombs, the report said.

He said the results support a new, previously unknown to the Defense Intelligence Agency estimate that North Korea is unlikely to denuclearize.

A U.S. official told The Associated Press that the Post report was accurate and that the rating reflects the consistent views of the U.S. government for the past few weeks. The official was not authorized, public position on the matter and anonymity asked.

John Bolton, a national security adviser for President Trump, told “Fox News Sunday” that he did not comment on these reports about the intelligence that appears to have been leaked to the media.

He said that there is no one involved in the North Korean debate, who is “overwhelmed by the naivety.”

“We have seen how the North have a Korean good girl,” he said. “The President has very clearly made it to the mistakes of the previous administrations. We are going to go this way and we’ll see what happens. This is, I think, what will be the next step of the talks.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report

Edmund DeMarche is a news editor for Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.

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