Analysis: Pyongyang nuke test may also be Iranian

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Expert warns Tehran may be bypassing int’l inspections via North Korea, says Iranian scientists may have been present at test.

Kim Yong-Nam arrives at NAM conference in Tehran

Kim Yong-Nam arrives at NAM conference in Tehran Photo: REUTERS/Handout

In addition to provoking the West, North Korea’s nuclear test on Tuesday may have also been carried out on behalf of Iran, and in the presence of Iranian atomic scientists, a security expert warned on Tuesday.

North Korea is making progress both in its nuclear weapons capabilities and its ICBM missile research, Dr. Alon Levkowitz, coordinator of Bar-Ilan University’s Asian Studies Program and a member of the BESA Center for Strategic Studies, told The Jerusalem Post.

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2 thoughts on “Analysis: Pyongyang nuke test may also be Iranian

  1. It wouldn’t surprise me if the nuclear device was designed by Iran, they and NK have been working together for all of this Century (and probably before) to develop nuclear weapons.

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