South Korean official said North Korea may have 6-8 nuclear weapons (Figure)
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Global Times special correspondent in South Korea reported Shen Song, South Korean Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan said Thursday, with the extraction of plutonium North Korea produced 6-8 nuclear weapons However, whether the use of these weapons has not yet been confirmed.
According to Yonhap, Yu Myung-hwan at the Foreign Affairs the same day in Congress for a unified Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Committee’s inspection in the country, the Grand National Party lawmaker Yinxiang Hyun of Korea raised the question whether it has nuclear weapons, made the above reply .
Yu Myung-hwan told the Grand National Party lawmaker Chun Zhi’s the same question to answer, said North Korea’s nuclear reprocessing facility from the point of view, everything is just speculation from outside, (whether it has nuclear weapons) has not been verified or confirmation.
Yonhap reported that South Korean government officials mentioned that North Korea may have nuclear weapons, the first time the specific number. In response, Democrats said Song Min-soon, Foreign Minister of North Korea may have publicly mentioned the number of nuclear weapons is not appropriate. However, Yu Myung-hwan said in response, because this is common sense, it will say so.