Trump responded to data on the restoration of the missile range in the DPRK

The US President Donald Trump will be very disappointed in the head of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN, if the information about the restoration of the missile range in North Korea is confirmed. The head of the United States told reporters about it.

“Well, let’s see. It is too early to talk about it. <…> I’d be very, very disappointed in Kim, and I don’t think that’s going to happen, but we’ll see what happens next. Eventually this situation will be resolved, ” Trump said.

Earlier in March, the South Korean Agency Yonhap, as well as the American research centers 38 North and Beyond Parallel reported that the DPRK has restored part of the launch pad for launching missiles at the Sohe test site (or Tonchan-Ni) in the West of the country.

According to analysts Beyond Parallel, thus the DPRK wants to show the US its “determination” after Washington refused to raise the issue of lifting sanctions against Pyongyang in the UN Security Council.

The lifting of all sanctions against the DPRK is a key requirement of the North Korean side to the United States, but the US authorities insist that a complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula should take place before this. At the last summit of Trump and Kim Jong-UN, the topic of the Korean nuclear program was the cause of controversy. The talks between the heads of state ended earlier than planned.