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US spy planes to monitor a possible nuclear test in North Korea


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US spy planes to monitor a possible nuclear test in North Korea

Post by rocky on Fri 21 Apr 2017, 2:08 am

US spy planes to monitor a possible nuclear test in North Korea

Date: 04/21/2017 09:54
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The United States, straining to see the preparations carried out by North Korea in preparation for a possible nuclear test serve as an implicit response to US threats against it.

According to the channel "NBC" television, quoting sources in the US administration as saying that effective steps have been taken with the help of aircraft sophisticated reconnaissance to monitor the preparations in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, especially with Suntan officials the possibility of a nuclear test in place and the right time for Pyongyang.

It is worth noting that US spy planes have a specialized ability to gather evidence of a nuclear explosion.

The US Air Force A sophisticated spy plane, aircraft " WC 135 ", has been published on a routine mission in Northeast Asia, "but noted that" planning for this mission have been in advance. "

She said "NBC", quoting a source in the US intelligence services: "We expect that they (the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) and can conduct (nuclear test) at any time, without any real warning in advance."

The increased tension on the Korean peninsula, during the recent period, after the Pyongyang conducted a number of missile tests and the start of rumors about the possibility of conducting a new nuclear test, a strong response to the announcement of the United States not excluded the military option against North Korea.

Although not excluded military options and directing a group naval led by an aircraft carrier to similar Korean Peninsula, Washington says it will not offer to wage a war against North Korea on condition of provocation, and it will focus on the economic pressure on Pyongyang by imposing more sanctions Alleha.anthy / 25

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