A sudden breakthrough in North Korea in developing its nuclear program could be due to support from Iran or Russia. About it reports the Telegraph with reference to sources among British officials.
The Ministry of foreign Affairs of great Britain examines the question, did the “current and former nuclear state” North Korean dictator Kim Jong Ynu in the development of a nuclear program.
According to sources, the version that the technological advances of North Korea led by their own scientists is not trustworthy.
Iran topped the list of countries suspected of providing any assistance to the DPRK, however, Russia is also in the spotlight, according to British journalists.
“Among North Korean scientists, there are people with certain abilities, but it is clear that they do not realize is in absolute vacuum,” the source said.
September 9, the United States urged the UN security Council vote for new sanctions against North Korea at the meeting on Monday.
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