UN report says North Korea is likely to have small nuclear weapons
According to the report, the downsized nuclear weapons will fit into the warheads of ballistic missiles. Past tests appear to have helped develop.
United Nations report says North Korea has small nuclear weapons. Several countries believe that autocracy has “likely developed small nuclear devices” that will fit the warheads of ballistic missiles, the report said.
It is assumed that North Korea’s past six nuclear tests have probably contributed to the development of the smaller nuclear warheads. “The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is continuing its nuclear program, including the production of highly enriched uranium and the construction of an experimental light water reactor,” the report said.
It is no secret that North Korea’s ruler Kim Jong Un is aiming for nuclear weapons. Just a few days ago, he made it clear during a speech that he saw a security guarantee in his country’s nuclear arsenal.