The national security advisor of the US President, John Bolton told that the United States would keep the eye at raging sanctions on North Korea if Pyongyang did not smash its nuclear programme.

Following the summit in Vietnamese capital between the US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong UN, the national security advisor John Bolton told Washington would see whether Pyongyang was committed to giving up its “ nuclear weapons programme and everything associated with it”.

Mr. Bolton who uncompromisingly set ideas or politics, as well as advocating a strict initiation to North Korea in the past. Days after the denuclearisation summit between two global leader Trump and Kim, the statements of the US national security advisor John Bolton has come publicly on the limitation move on nuclear programme of North Korea to end the diplomatic differences and the attribute of US willingness for easing the sanctions.

As per the report of the two US think tanks and South Korean  Yonhap News Agency had reinstituted part of a missile launch site it started to destroy after promising to do so in the first summit with the US President in the last year.

Yonhap quoted legislators directed by National Intelligence Service of South Korea as claiming that the work was taking place at the Tongchang-ri lunch site and linked restoring a roof and a door at the facility.

The satellite images published by 38 North, a Washington-based North Korea project, exhibited that establishments on the launch pad had rebuilt sometime between Feb 16 and March 2, Jenny Town, directing editor at the project and an analyst at the Stimson Center think tank.


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