North Korea to End Nuclear Weapon, Missile Tests, Kim Jong Un Says
North Korea will discontinue tests of its nuclear weapons and inter-continental ballistic missiles, the country’s leader Kim Jong Un said Friday, according to the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).
The decision took effect on Saturday, April 21, according to the statement.
“Progress being made for all!” U.S. President Donald Trump said of North Korea’s move in a tweet Saturday.
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