German spy agency Kims rockets can reach
BERLIN (Reuters) - North Korean rockets can now be fitted with nuclear weapons and could reach Germany and central Europe, a top official with Germany's foreign intelligence agency told lawmakers this week, according to a report in the Bild am Sonntag newspaper.
BND Deputy Director Ole Diehl told lawmakers during a closed-door meeting that the assessment was "certain," the newspaper reported, citing participants in the briefing.
At the same time, Diehl said the agency viewed talks between North and South Korea as a positive sign.
No comment was immediately available from the BND.
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