SOUTH VOICES WORRY AS PYONGYANG ‘MOVES MISSILES’
SEOUL: Several North Korean missiles were recently spotted moved from a rocket facility in the capital Pyongyang, South Korea’s Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) reported on Friday. The report cited an unnamed intelligence source. The report did not say when or where they had been moved. The missiles could be either appear to be improving after months of tensions over how to handle North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s nuclear provocations.
Mr Trump has repeatedly urged Mr Xi to exert more economic pressure on Pyongyang to convince the renegade intermediate range Hwasong-12 or intercontinental ballistic Hwasong-14 missiles, according to the report, though the missile facility at Sanum-dong has been dedicated to the production of intercontinental ballistic missiles. South Korean official have voiced concerns that North Korea could conduct more provocative acts near the anniversary of the regime to give up its nuclear ambitions.
China, North Korea’s main trade partner, has responded by backing a slew of new United Nations sanctions.
For its part, Beijing has insisted that the sanctions must be coupled with efforts to or- founding of its communist party on October 10, or possibly when China holds its Communist Party Congress on October 18. Meanwhile, South Korean and US forces recently held their first joint short-range air defence training exercise in South Korea, according to a statement released by the US Pacific Command on Friday. ganise peace talks, but Mr Trump and Mr Kim have traded increasingly personal insults that have raised fears that the crisis could spark a conflict.
“There appear to be two trains of thought in the international community regarding denuclearisation of the penin-