The group at Middlebury Institute of International Studies said based on its unique location, Yeongjeo-dong has always been a strong candidate to receive North Korea's newest long-range missiles.
According to CNN, the imagery offers evidence the Yeongjeo-dong missile base and a nearby, previously unreported site remain active and have been continuously upgraded.
New satellite pictures obtained by 2 Investigates show continuous construction of a large underground facility that has been kept under wraps and located roughly seven miles away from the known Yeongjeo-dong site. "We will not discuss matters of intelligence", Pentagon spokesperson Lt. Col. Chris Logan told CNN.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un shake hands during the signing of a document after their summit at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island in Singapore, June 12, 2018.
"They have not lived up to the commitments so far", Bolton said.
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North Korea's foreign minister was due to arrive in key ally China Thursday for talks that come amid stalled efforts to persuade Pyongyang to dismantle its nuclear weapons programs.
The site's location makes it a strong candidate to receive North Korea's newest long-range missiles, including those that can carry nuclear weapons, according to Lewis and colleague David Schmerler, CNN reported.
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The latest CNN analysis is in addition to these past reports.
Members of the Kim dynasty have promised that they would denuclearize and then backtracked on six separate occasions in 1985, 1992, 1994, 2005, 2007, and 2012.
The State Department declined to comment to the news outlet.
"China may convey [US] messages to North Korea and encourage it to complete denuclearisation ... to show to the USA that it is still honest in denuclearising North Korea".
But National Security Adviser John Bolton said Tuesday that there should be another summit with Kim.
The site was one of what the United States media claimed as "undeclared" missile bases that demonstrate Washington's doubts over Pyongyang's willingness to completely abandon its nuclear and missile programs.
"Up through the valley there are a pair of hardened "drive-through" shelters that were covered with soil and had trees planted on them to disguise them".