Indications that North Korea is producing missiles at rapid rate

EWN's China correspondent, Steve Vines, says there is an indication that North Korea is developing its missiles at a much faster rate than they previously.

He says it is still unclear of what sort of nuclear war are they declaring.

There’s been a series of events around North Korea with the latest being a test of a missile that could hit Alaska.

They have missiles that can go much higher than people have thought.

Steve Vines, EWN correspondent

All the indications are that they are developing this at a very rapid pace.

Steve Vines, EWN correspondent

Vines says Northern Korea's rapid nuclear production could be slowed down if China would impose sanctions on South Korea to stop supplying the material it needs to develop these weapons.

Listen to the full interview below:


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