Washington, January 28. Employees of the us-Korea Institute school of advanced international studies at the University of Johns Hopkins has done a lot of research and came to the conclusion that North Korea could resume production of plutonium fuel at Yongbyon. This is reported by local media.
According to the researchers, the new images that were made with the help of satellites, it is clear that work on the plutonium reactor at Yongbyon has apparently started again. Scientists also noted that according to data from 18 January 2017, Pyongyang was ready to resume operation of the reactor.
it is also Reported that the photographs of January 22, 2017 can be seen that the compartments of the reactor cooling water flows is likely to warm vapor. As noted by the study authors, these data indicate that apparently the reactor really started to work again.
Copenhagen, January 28.