North Korea seeks to produce material for nukes: UN

North Korea seeks to produce material for nukes: UN

North Korea continues to develop its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, including the ability to produce nuclear equipment components, in violation of UN Security Council resolutions, UN experts have said in a new report.

The panel of experts said in an executive summary of the report obtained Saturday night by the Associated Press that there was “a remarkable acceleration” in Pyongyang’s testing through January and the performance of new short-range and possibly medium-range missiles, “both involving ballistics.” “And using guidance technologies and both solid and liquid propellants.”

“New technologies tested include a potential hypersonic guiding warhead and a maneuverable re-entry vehicle,” the panel said. North Korea also demonstrated “increased capabilities for rapid deployment, wide mobility (including at sea), and improved resilience of its missile forces.”

Experts said North Korea “continues to seek materials, technology and information for these programs abroad, including through cyber means and joint scientific research.”

A year ago, the panel said that North Korea had modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles while flouting UN sanctions, using cyberattacks to help finance its programs and its arsenal, including Iran. To continue the search for materials and technology abroad.

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