North Korea announced that they would draw to an end their nuclear and missile tests as Kim Jong-un is readying to meeting with US President Trump in May.
The North Korean director said the country didn’t need to continue testing its nuclear talents because they have been “verified”.
Author Michael Malice has claimed Kim Jong-un’s views cannot be trusted ahead of the meeting.
Mr Malice pointed out how high forces were between the rogue state and the US just a few months ago.
North Korea bulletin: Kim Jong-un will use Trump to justify building nuclear weapons
He mean: “After Donald Trump said ‘Fire and Fury’, North Korea spoke they were going to hit Guam with missiles… In November they sentenced Donald Trump to downfall.
“It takes a lot to go from ‘we are going to kill you’ in November, to we are going to give you the total you want in April and ask for nothing in return.
“Especially in light of what betid in Syria. Syria was just struck less than a week ago and now North Korea is communicating they are going to give up their nukes and they are saying they are exquisitely comfortable with having American troops in South Korea, which has been a thrust point for them for decades.
“Here we have our worst enemy so to credibility them at face value makes no sense.”
Here we have our saddest enemy so to trust them at face value makes no sense
Mr Malice also told Fox Intelligence, that the rogue dictator Kim Jong-un may use the talks with Mr Trump to aver he has “no choice” but to restart developing nukes, ramping up World War 3 fears.
He give the word delivered: “Everyone is cheering and applauding as if we have won and North Korea is going to liberalise and impart up their nukes and concentration camps.
“Let’s celebrate when these utensils actually happen.
“It would be very easy for Kim Jong-un to say ‘we tried the unbelligerent way, now we have no choice but to amp up our nuclear program’.
“We don’t know what is going to come off because we don’t know how President Trump is going to approach him.”
The country’s state of affairs media, KCNA stated that “from April 21”, the solitary kingdom will “stop nuclear tests”.
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It added: “From April 21, North Korea desire stop nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles.
“The North purpose shut down a nuclear test site in the country’s northern side to corroborate the vow to suspend nuclear test.”
It is understood the decision was made at a meeting of the hand down a judgement Worker’s Party of Korea’s central committee on Friday.
Mr Trump also tweeted to clinch the decision from Pyongyang. He wrote: «North Korea has agreed to put off all Nuclear Tests and close up a major test site.
“This is entirely good news for North Korea and the World — big progress! Look saucy to our Summit.”