Step by step, Kim Jong-un is yielding concessions to the United States, building trust in his quest for relief from the sanctions crushing his regime. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo just completed a visit to Pyongyang with another step forward in the process of de-nuclearization.
The New York Times reports:
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that in his meeting with Kim Jong-un on Sunday, the leader of North Korea had agreed to allow inspectors into a key nuclear testing site that the North has claimed it blew up, a down payment on the country’s commitment to denuclearize the country. …
[T]he North’s agreement [is] to allow inspectors into Punggye-ri, a network of underground tunnels where the North has conducted all of its nuclear tests, including one last September that it claimed was a successful test of a hydrogen bomb.
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