As the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared an end to the tests of the intercontinental ballistic missiles, the world community is yet analyzing the intent behind the move.
The move is also being seen as coming ahead of crucial summit with the South’s President Moon Jae-in next week.
The North Korean leader is also set to meet US President Donald Trump later.
The North Korean leader has given up for now on the tests but not on the arsenal which means the capability itself won’t be given up.
It is also clear from the fact that Kim Jong un explicitly said that the possession of nuclear weapons was the firm guarantee by which our descendants can enjoy life in the world.
But the announcement now only implies that it could be a charm for months with the South’s Winter Olympics triggering a diplomatic rapprochement on the peninsula.
The declaration of an end to testing has long been demanded by Washington.
Trump meanwhile has said that he won’t hesitate to walk away should the conditions so demand.>