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North Korean upgrades Yeongjeo-dong missile base, satellite reports

Since the G20 summit in Argentina between the United States President Donald Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong Un, the North Korea has extended its base of key long-range missile in this month, a satellite image produced by CNN on Wednesday, directed.

Both the leaders had met in Singapore in the month of June and has signed an worldly agreement document to “work towards” the completion of denuclearization of Korean peninsula, however, it did not explained much about their details how will they work.

According to the reports presented by CNN, it has stated that Pyongyang has expanded and upgraded it Yeongjeo-dong missile base in the mountainous interior of the country North Korea and has built another facility, which had not been previously publicly declared and identified.

According to the news report, the experts has told the US news network that North Korea’s site’s location has made it much suitable for North Korea to host its newest long-range missiles, including the one which could control and carry the nuclear warheads.

The Pentagon has wrote in a statement: “We watch North Korea very closely but we cannot discuss intelligence.” Trump has on Saturday, said that he hoped to have another summit (second summit) with the North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in the earlies of the year 2019.

National Security Advisor John Bolton on Tuesday, said Trump thinks the way that North Korean leaders has not yet implemented the commitment made with Trump in the Argentina summit. US officials threatened to impose sanctions on North Korean, before, insists them to complete, denuclearized and verified the Korean peninsula.

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