Kim Jong Un is expanding North Korea's Nuclear Strength?
South Korea feels that North Korea is increasing facilities for missile research and development. It says that after three talks with the US, it has not achieved anything.
New Delhi: North Korea is once again looking to increase its nuclear missile capability. For this, it is continuously expanding its missile-developed facility centers. According to the South Korean news agency, a report by the National Assembly Defense Committee for Policy provides this information.
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However, the report also said that North Korea's destroyed nuclear testing sites have not seen anything unusual of any kind. Apart from this, there has been no change in the plutonium producing reactor which has been suspended for a long time.
According to the report, since May 24, 2018, since North Korea has destroyed its Pungieri nuclear test site, no specific movement has appeared. Similarly, Yongbyon's 5 MW nuclear complex, which is a major source of plutonium used in nuclear weapons, remains the same. Despite this, South Korea feels that North Korea is increasing facilities for missile research and development. It says that after three talks with the US, it has not achieved anything. Only then has it decided to increase its nuclear weapons.
North Korea has unveiled some new ballistic missiles:
North Korea has unveiled some new ballistic missiles since 2019, according to South Korea's news agency. These missiles are versions of the Submarine Launch Ballistic Missile, including the Russian Iskandar and American Army Tactical Missile Systems.
Along with their unveiling, North Korea has also show-off its strength. Kim feels that these weapons have increased her status further. According to South Korea, North Korea has increased its land and maritime defense near the border. Apart from this, he is also busy in giving military training to his soldiers. Due to the global pandemic Covid-19, the soldiers of North Korea are participating in the drill while staying at their centers.