World War 3: North Korea STILL developing nuclear weapons in HIDDEN airports – UN warning

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea is still building nuclear missiles in hidden facilities such as airports, UN officials have warned, despite agreeing to dismantle all nuclear programmes.

By LATIFA YEDROUDJ
Express.co.uk
Wed, Feb 6, 2019

Dictator Kim Jong-Un is still operating his ballistic missile programmes in “civilian facilities” across Pyongyang to avoid “decapitation strikes” by US military, a confidential document for the UN Security Council (UNSC) has stated. Experts also revealed how North Korea imported illegal oil products, sold banned coal and violated an arms embargo in a bid to dodge US sanctions.

In February last year, US President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Pyongyang to reduce income for their nuclear programme, but the UN panel said they proved to be “ineffective”.

The report said: “The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes remain intact.

“The panel found that the DPRK is using civilian facilities, including airports for ballistic missile assembly and testing with the goal of effectively preventing ‘decapitation’ strikes.'”

Mr Trump imposed sanctions on North Korea after the country launched a series of nuclear tests and missiles in 2017.

The sanctions were meant to stop North Korea from funding their nuclear programmes.

However, UN experts believe North Korea used a network of ships to illegally import and export goods, effectively dodging sanctions.

The reports cites evidence of more than 57,600 barrels of petroleum product transfer, worth more than £4.4 million (US$5.7 million)

The report added: “These violations render the latest United Nations sanctions ineffective by flouting the caps on the DPRK’s import of petroleum products and crude oil as well as the coal ban imposed in 2017.

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