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North Korea has announced a date to dismantle its nuclear test site in the latest sign the Kim Jong-un intends to uphold his pledge to discontinue nuclear tests. The dismantling will take place any time between May 23 and 25. The exact date will depend on the weather.>>
>> The country's news agency added that all of its tunnels would be destroyed with explosions, removing all observation facilities, research buildings, and security posts too.>> I'll be meeting with Kim Jong-un->> The move comes weeks ahead of Donald Trump's scheduled meeting with Kim Jong-un. It will be the first ever between a U.S. President and the leader of North Korea.
It follows a flurry of international engagement with Pyongyang after the North and South met in late April and will continue their high level talks in the coming weeks. On Friday, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said denuclearization will require robust oversight, but->> If Chairman Kim chooses the right path, there is a future brimming with peace and prosperity for the North Korean people.
>> The test site, located in the mountainous northeast of the country, is where six of North Korea's nuclear tests have taken place. According to officials, foreign journalists from the US and South Korea will be invited to witness the landmark event. But while experts say the pledge to dismantle the test site is a big step forward, verifying it will be difficult.