Satellite images collected last week revealed activity in one of the major nuclear facilities of North Korea, which could be related to the reprocessing of radioactive material to create a bomb termobárica, as reported by the Center for International and Strategic Studies.
Any activity of a nuclear reprocessing would reveal the failure of the second summit between the us president, Donald Trump, and the north Korean leader, Kim Jong un, that took place last month of February in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.
The think tank american has stated in a report that satellite images of the facility north’s Yongbyon show five trains near your installation of enriched uranium and a radiochemical laboratory.
“In the past, these trains seem to be related to the movement of radioactive material or campaigns of reprocessing,” the report says. “The provision does not eliminate the possibility that they are doing this type of activities,” he adds.
Trump has met with Kim on two occasions in an attempt to persuade the north Korean leader to abandon its nuclear program, which the threat to the united States. The talks in Hanoi failed after the president proposed a “grand agreement” that would lift sanctions against Pyongyang if North Korea surrenders all its nuclear arsenal and fissile material to the united States.
Kim explained last week that the failure of the talks in Hanoi increases the risk that they will revive the tension and said that only I would be interested to meet again with Trump if the united States shows a correct attitude.Translated from ABC News https://www.abc.es/internacional/abci-imagenes-satelite-revelan-repunte-actividad-instalacion-nuclear-corea-norte-201904170442_noticia.html