North Korea restored part of the missile test site it began to dismantle after pledging to do it at its first summit with the United States. Meanwhile, the US national security adviser warned that new sanctions could be imposed if Pyongyang does not accept the removal of nuclear weapons.
Tuesday’s news from South Korean news agency Yonhap said work was underway at the Sohae satellite launch station in Tongchang ri, even though the leaders of the United States and North Korea were in Hanoi before the meeting. second summit.
That summit broke the difference in North Korea ‘s readiness to limit its nuclear program and the extent of US sanctions reduction.
John Bolton, a US national security adviser, said after the Hanoi summit, Washington would see whether Pyongyang would commit to giving up its nuclear weapons program and everything related to it. . If not willing to do that, the US side will continue to impose economic sanctions on North Korea.
Sources close to the building show that the structures on the Sohae launch pad were rebuilt between February 16 and February 2.
The International Center for Strategic Studies has published a report with satellite images, concluding that North Korea is actually rebuilding the area.