The Pukguksong-2 is a remodeled submarine-launched ballistic missile.
According to 38 North, the stand was the only known facility for land-based, canister-launched ballistic missile ejection tests, which are critical for developing medium-range solid fuel ballistic missiles.
Last month, North Korea demolished tunnels and other facilities at its only known nuclear test site, Punggye-ri.
According to the analysis compiled by Joseph S. Bermudez, an internationally recognized analyst on North Korea's defense and intelligence affairs, satellite images published on May 19 showed that structures at both of the test sites had been removed and most of the support infrastructure had been razed.
The 30-foot missile makes use of stable gasoline and is reported to be nuclear-capable when it was first check launched in February 2017. It could also have been used for testing mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles displayed by Pyongyang during a parade past year.
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However, it's unclear if this shows North Korea is suspending this aspect of its missile program or intends to erect similar facilities in the future.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump are set to meet in Singapore on Tuesday to discuss dismantlement of the North's weapons of mass destruction programme.
Joel Wit, a former State Department official and 38 North editor, said it was a small step meant to signal North Korea's is serious about halting its missile programs. The statement was seen as the first step toward North's denuclearization.
Consensus among global observers is that Kim will not agree to the complete dismantlement of North Korea's entire nuclear stockpile.