Japan: N. Korea must halt nuclear site activity

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February 8, 2007 12:54

Japan demanded Thursday that North Korea freeze operations at its main nuclear reactor and accept international inspections as a first step toward disarmament. "These initial steps must come within a reasonably short period of time," Japanese envoy Kenichiro Sasae said in his opening statement to the six-nation talks in Beijing, according to a statement released by his delegation. Earlier Thursday, the North's negotiator Kim Kye Gwan said upon his arrival that Pyongyang was ready to discuss "first-stage measures" of its disarmament.


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