It has been three weeks since the Trump-Kim summit, where U.S. President Donald Trump claims he convinced Kim Jong Un to denuclearize North Korea.
Since then a U.S. intelligence report was Leakes which indicated North Korea may very well be continuing its nuclear and missile activities despite the agreement which was made.
Although North Korea has made promises and been in good graces with the U.S. and South Korea experts say the country has done nothing to indicate they are ready to put down the nukes and missiles.
Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo is scheduled to visit the Korean Peninsula Friday. This will be his third visit in the past three months. This time, Pompeo will get down to business and discuss denuclearizing North Korea within the next year.
According to a report from the Associated Press, “It’s unclear whether Pyongyang would agree to that. Many also question if Trump has the persistence to see through a lengthy and expensive process to eliminate the North Korean nuclear threat.”