UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The DPRK began liquidating a key test range for ballistic missile engines. This was reported on Wednesday by the Internet portal 38 North.
It was created several years ago by experts of the American-Korean Institute of the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington. In connection with the closure in May of this institute, the project now operates at the Henry Stimson Center.
As noted in the comments of American non-governmental experts, the new photos taken from the satellite make it possible to say with confidence that the authorities of the DPRK have destroyed the infrastructure of the stand for testing rocket engines at the test site located north of the city of Cuson.
Judging by the photos, the work on the stand erection began at the training ground in the second week of May. They were almost completely completed by May 19, writes in a new bulletin 38 North North Korean Armed Forces expert Joseph Bermudez.