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Topic - Kim Kwan
Kim also said that although North Korea is ready to conduct a nuclear test, it may not intend to set off the device soon, and instead is trying to trick outside observers into believing a test is imminent, the officials said, requesting anonymity under department rules.
Mr. Kim acknowledged facing pressure to cancel the drills, but leaders "relieved our people's anxiety about security and created a sense of unity with firm and consistent military measures."