North Korea began dismantling the Sohe rocket range

The DPRK has since June 12 started dismantling key facilities of the Sohee landfill, from which it launched intercontinental ballistic missiles, the 38 North Northwest Research Center at Johns Hopkins University reported citing satellite images

and the photos from July 20 show that a covered crane has been partially dismantled near the covered rail structure, along which missiles were transported, partially dismantled. By July 22, photographs show how the workers dismantled part of the railway tracks.

The Sohe rocket range is located 200 kilometers from Pyongyang. On the dismantling of the facility, the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-un negotiated with US President Donald Trump at a meeting in Singapore on June 12. At the same time, the heads of state discussed nuclear disarmament on the Korean peninsula.