Dec 20, 2010


N. Korea agrees to return of UN nuclear inspectors

  • Dec 20, 2010
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  • North Korea has agreed to a series of actions, including the return of U.N. inspectors, following discussions with Bill Richardson, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, CNN reported on Monday.

    The North agreed to allow international atomic energy agency personnel to return to a nuclear facility in the country and agreed to negotiate the sale of 12,000 fresh fuel rods and ship them to an outside country, presumably to South Korea, said Blitzer, who is traveling with Richardson.

    The fuel rods would be enough to make about six to eight nuclear weapons.
    In addition, Richardson said he urged North Korea to not take aggressive steps in response to South Korea's planned live-artillery military drills on Monday.

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