North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Wednesday said he would end the suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests he committed to last year, warning his country will soon introduce “new strategic weapons,” official media said

Addressing the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party, Kim said there is no reason for his country to be unilaterally bound to the commitment, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported

“In the past two years alone when the DPRK [North Korea] took preemptive and crucial measures of halting its nuclear test and ICBM test-fire and shutting down the nuclear test ground

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