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reports emerged Tuesday North Korea has restored parts of a missile site one it had promised US president Donald Trump it would dismantle to US think tanks and south Korean media say the north has begun to again build up the so Hey satellite launching station analysts at thirty eight north a top North Korea focus group in Washington say satellite images show structures on the site's launch pad had been rebuilt between February sixteenth and March second those dates may have placed it in the run up to trump the second summit with leader Kim Jong hoon in Hanoi a summit that broke down over differences on how far North Korea was willing to limit its nuclear program and how willing the U. S. might be to lay off sanctions on the regime the second thing tank the center for strategic and International Studies said North Korea was quote pursuing a rapid rebuilding at the site after the reports emerged Tuesday trump security adviser John Bolton said US would look at ramping up the sanctions if the nuclear program continues that's what we think they need to do if they're not willing to do it then I think president trump is been very clear they're not gonna get relief from the crushing economic sanctions that have been imposed on him %HESITATION and we'll look at ramping those sanctions up in fact trump told a news conference after his first summit that Kim had promised a major missile engine testing site would be destroyed very soon a US official later told Reuters it was the so Hey site the one now being rebuilt when asked for comment the White House referred to the US state department which did not immediately respond a US government source told Reuters that while the reports on Tuesday seem reliable the work did not seem particularly alarming and certainly not on the scale of restarting missile tests suspended since twenty seventeen