The satellite images of Sanumdong site in Pyongyang of North Korea suggests that the .the country is preparing to launch a missile or a satellite.The site is famous for North Korea’s ballistic missiles and rocket assembling.
On Friday US President Donald Trump said he would be disappointed if North Korea was to resume weapons testing.
“I would be surprised in a negative way if he did anything that was not per our understanding. But we’ll see what happens,” he said.
“I would be very disappointed if I saw testing.”
Analysts believe that it is more likely at this stage that Pyongyang is preparing to launch a satellite rather than test a missile.
Large vehicles have been seen moving around Sanumdong, activity which has in the past indicated that North Korea was at least preparing to move some kind of missile or rocket to a launch area.
The satellite images were published by the US public radio network NPR.
JUST IN: North Korea may be preparing to launch a missile or space rocket, based on satellite images shared exclusively with NPR. https://t.co/OllSw7ZYHf
— NPR (@NPR) 8 March 2019
The site Sohae is North Korea’s controversial satellite launching station and thus world nations are eagerly looking at North Korea’s move.
A historic first meeting between Mr Trump and Mr Kim in 2018 in Singapore produced a vaguely worded agreement on “denuclearisation” but little progress.