For oil, N. Korea ready to freeze nuclear site

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February 4, 2007 05:59

North Korea is ready to freeze a key nuclear facility and allow international inspectors back into the country in exchange for steps to ease US financial restrictions on the regime and half a million tons of oil, a Japanese news report said Sunday. At coming disarmament talks in Beijing, Pyongyang will also demand that Washington revoke its designation of North Korea as a terrorist-sponsoring state, the Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported. The report quoted former US State Department official Joel Wit, who met with North Korean officials in Pyongyang last week.


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