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North Korea in first nuclear talks since Kim death

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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 11:55 PM
Associated Press – 56 mins ago -- Yahoo News

BEIJING (AP) — The United States and North Korea met for a second day of talks Friday on restarting nuclear disarmament in return for aid, negotiations that were delayed by the death of North Korea's longtime leader Kim Jong Il two months ago.

The discussions, which ran all day Thursday, could signal whether North Korea under new leader Kim Jong Un is ready to agree to steps demanded by Washington and Pyongyang's neighbors to return to broader multinational disarmament talks. More than three years have passed since the last six-nation discussions, which are meant to provide aid and diplomatic concessions in return for the North taking verifiable steps to mothball its nuclear weapons programs.

Nuke Talks

U.S. envoy Glyn Davies has met with his counterpart Kim Kye Gwan.

The talks are taking place in Beijing, China.

This could lead to a resumption of the six-nation talks.

North Korea HAS nuclear weapons.

posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 02:29 PM
The U.S. only wants to disarm them of their nukes so they can invade that country and install a pro-U.S. dictatorship like they've done all over the world previously. Didn't they do something similar to Libya?

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