U.S. President Donald Trump said he would be disappointed if the information about the restoration of the work intercontinental ballistic missiles plant is confirmed. However, South Korean media stated about some activity on the plant as Reuters reported.
It is specified that the movement of cargo vehicles was spotted near the factory, which produced first intercontinental ballistic missiles. Besides, it was mentioned that North Korea continued to run its uranium enrichment facility after the first summit between Trump and its leader, Kim Jong Un.
This information was provided after the summit of leaders in Vietnamese Hanoi, which did not succeeded.
Later it was additionally reported that work was underway to restore part of the North’s Sohae rocket launch site that Kim, at the Singapore summit, vowed to dismantle.
“I would be very disappointed if that were happening,” Trump told.
“It’s a very early report. We’re the ones that put it out. But I would be very, very disappointed in Chairman Kim, and I don’t think I will be, but we’ll see what happens. We’ll take a look. It’ll ultimately get solved.”
As we reported North Korea warned that it could renew state policy aimed at strengthening its nuclear arsenal if the United States does not change the position on sanctions against the country.
Earlier, U.S. leader Donald Trump stated America intended to build up its arsenal of nuclear weapons to pressure Russia and China.