North Korea 2007

North Korea 2007

Asia
Yearbook 2007 North Korea. According to CountryAAH, Pyongyang is the capital city of North Korea. Several steps towards a solution to the international conflict surrounding North Korea's nuclear weapons program were taken during the year. In February, new so-called six-party talks in Beijing led to the regime in Pyongyang promising to close the nuclear reactor in Yongbyon within 60 days and then to close other plants for the production of weapons use plutonium. In addition, IAEA nuclear inspectors would be given access to Yongbyon to monitor the closure. North Korea, for his part, would get fuel oil and other financial aid. The United States pledged to begin normalizing diplomatic relations with Pyongyang, removing North Korea from the list of countries that support terrorism, and removing trade sanctions against the country.…
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