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UN chief expresses concerns over North Korea’s weapons

U.N chief expresses serious concerns about North Korea's weapons
UNITED NATIONS: U.N spokesman on Wednesday has said that Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, is deeply concerned that North Korea could resume nuclear and missile tests.
U.N spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement, the Secretary-General strongly hopes that the tests will not resume in accordance with relevant resolutions of the Security Council. Non-proliferation remains a key pillar of global nuclear safety and must be maintained.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this week said that Pyongyang was no longer bound by a self-declared moratorium on intercontinental ballistic missile testing and nuclear bomb testing and that a “new strategic weapon” would be introduced in the near future.
U.S. President Donald Trump, who became the first American leader to meet a North Korean leader in 2018, said after Kim’s remarks that a denuclearization deal had been signed by the leader, and Trump believed Kim was a “man of his word.”

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Trump has repeatedly referred to the moratorium that has been in effect since 2017 as an indication that his engagement strategy with North Korea has been working.
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