U.S. intel report: North Korea boosting fuel creation for nuclear weapons

U.S. intel report: North Korea boosting fuel creation for nuclear weapons
Kim Jong Un in South Korea (Image: YouTube screen grab via ABC News)

[Ed. – Interesting.  This may or may not mean what it sounds like.  I wouldn’t discount any possibility, including that it’s straightforward and just means that the Kim regime is gunning its production in bad faith.  Stay tuned.]

North Korea has boosted its creation of fuel for nuclear weapons at various clandestine sites recently, U.S. intelligence agencies believe.

The claim was contained in a U.S. intelligence assessment claims that has yet to be released, and officials believe that North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un may attempt to conceal the facilities as the U.S. participates in diplomatic discussions with the rogue regime, according to a new report.

The reported move from North Korea comes after a June summit between the U.S. and North Korea, where the heads of state signed a joint statement agreeing to pursue a “stable peace” on the peninsula.

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