Phunheri ordered to live long? In the US, told about the site of the DPRK
The publication, citing researchers from Singapore, Germany, China and the United States, states that "damage to the nuclear test site, which the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un promised to close, is more serious than it was supposed on the basis of earlier estimates."
Last year, it was reported that at least several tunnels collapsed at the site, presumably due to a nuclear test, “as a result of which the breed became mobile within a few kilometers of its location.”
The publication also notes that the new findings confirm the position of those US officials who said that the decision of the North Korean leader to stop the operation of the landfill "has no practical significance."
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