US and S. Korea begin civilian nuclear talks

October 26, 2010 21:36

WASHINGTON — The United States and South Korea have begun talks on a new civilian nuclear cooperation deal.

The two allies started work Monday on a replacement for an agreement adopted in 1972 and amended in May 1974. It expires in early 2014.The State Department said Tuesday that both sides expect a new deal will continue their more than 50 years of atomic energy cooperation. It says the aim is to strengthen the alliance with more nuclear research and development cooperation.

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