As per the reports by US Intelligence, North Korea increased their production of fuels that are used in Nuclear Weapons at their sites that has kept secret from everyone. They are trying to hide everything and are seeking reductions in the talks about Nuclear with the United States.
On Friday, a report came forward that said to be the latest US Intelligence assessment contains the counters and sentiments that were expressed by the Donald Trump, President, US. On 12th June, after an unprecedented summit with Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, Trump tweeted, “there is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea”.
There were five unidentified US Officials in the recent months when North Korea put a step for the production of enriched uranium for the weapons specifically for the nuclear purpose. They are just engaging in the diplomacy with the US. This was quoted by NBC.
The intelligence agreement has cited US officials by saying that North Korea has a secret nuclear site not only one but there are many. This is apart from the well-known plant at Yongbyon fuel production.
According to one official, there is absolutely unequivocal evidence that they are trying to deceive the U.S.,"
However, CIA has not commented on anything as for now. Where According to State Department that there is no confirmation of this yet and hence can’t make a comment on intelligence matters. Even White House is not commenting on anything.
NBC questions the serious negotiation of North Korea about the weapons programs that are the biggest threat for the US even after the enthusiastic respond go Donald Trump on the summit outcome.
According to one intelligence official, North Korea is planning ahead of the summit to suspend the nuclear and missile tests unexpectedly. However, it is a positive step that two sides are actually talking.
Work is ongoing to deceive us on the number of facilities, the number of weapons, the number of missiles ... We are watching closely." He said.
However, according to the director of the East Non-proliferation Program at California Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Jeffery Lewis, "This assessment says there is more than one secret site. That means there are at least three, if not more sites,"
"Together, these two things would imply that North Korea intended to disclose some sites as part of the denuclearization process while retaining others,” He added later on.