North Korea continues missile, nuclear development, says Panel of Experts report
Despite ongoing difficulties from sanctions and the pandemic, DPRK continues to sharpen its ‘treasured sword'
An upcoming report of the United Nations Panel of Experts (PoE) on North Korea, established pursuant to Resolution 1874, offers insight into North Korea’s ongoing ballistic missile and nuclear activities.
According to an unfinalized draft of the panel’s newest report seen by NK Pro, North Korea has continued to maintain its missile and nuclear programs despite Kim Jong Un’s openness about the worsening internal economic situation in the country.
The upcoming report covers a limited time period, building largely on events since the release of its most recent final report in March 2021, but
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