North Korea appears to have begun construction of one or two intercontinental ballistic missiles in a factory that has assembled the first missiles capable of reaching US territory, reports the Washington Post.
According to the newspaper, which quotes anonymous official sources, US intelligence has detected signs of activity in the Sanumdong plant, a suburb of the capital, Pyongyang.
These clues seem to confirm that North Korea has not suspended its ballistic and nuclear programs after the summit between its leader, Kim Jong-un, and US President Donald Trump.
US Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo acknowledged last week at a Senate hearing that Pyongyang continued to produce fuel for its atomic weapons, despite its promises of denuclearization.
He nonetheless reported progress in discussions between the Trump administration and the North Korean authorities.
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