We have been clear that we are prepared to engage constructively with North Korea," Kim said during a lecture hosted by the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses, according to Yonhap News Agency.
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KIDA stands for Korea Institute for Defense Analyses
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General exchanges between North Korea and China are not unusual around the anniversary of their friendship treaty, said Baek Seung-joo, a military expert at the state-run Korea Institute for Defense Analyses.
I believe North Korea is preparing for the next nuclear test," says Baek Seung-joo, director of the center for security and strategy at the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses reflecting the assessment of some intelligence analysts.
With ever-improving range, accuracy, and payload capacity, they [missiles] will also be used to create terror among population centers, disrupting our operations," said Zannini at the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses.