‘Growing scope’ of North Korean nuclear weapons shown in unpublished UN report
DPRK activity linked to potential ballistic missile manufacturing and possible R&D on advanced weapons systems
North Korea’s weapons of mass destruction continue to be manufactured and maintained at a range of sites across the country.
An unpublished and upcoming mid-term report by the United Nations Panel of Experts Established Pursuant to Resolution 1874 was obtained by NK Pro and sheds light on several facilities around the country.
It also confirms that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s 2018 New Year’s Day guidance calling for the mass production of nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles continues to be taken seriously — even amid a general slowdown in testing activity during the second
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