The DPRK military waiting for the go-ahead from senior management for new nuclear weapons tests.
North Korean authorities are ready to conduct another nuclear test, reports Reuters, citing an informed source, who requested anonymity.
According to the source, the DPRK military waiting for the go-ahead from senior management for new nuclear weapons tests.
According to the report, the United States and South Korea are closely watching movements of North Koreans in the landfill area, Pancheri where Pyongyang often carries out the test.
We will remind, last year North Korea conducted two nuclear tests, the latest in September 2016.
In early March, 2017, the DPRK launched four ballistic missiles at Japan, three of which fell into the sea near the Japanese coast.
On 7 March the United States began deploying anti-missile systems THAAD in South Korea in response to Pyongyang’s test.
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