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Kim Jong Un says there is no need for additional nuclear weapons testing

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A model of the "Unha-9" missile at a exhibition in Pyongyang

A model of the "Unha-9" missile on display at a floral exhibition in Pyongyang. Photo: Steve Herman / VOA News.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has issued a statement indicating that North Korea will put an end to its nuclear weapons testing.

By the 21st of April, the North Korean military will discontinue its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile testing program, according to North Korea’s state run media, the KCNA.

North Korea only has one testing site known to the outside world and it is located at Punggye-ri, which Kim says that he “will shut down” so as to “prove the vow to suspend nuclear tests.”

Kim says that Pyongyang “will join international efforts to halt nuclear tests altogether.”

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By Frank Sellers
The Duran

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