N. Korea says it will allow UN inspections

April 9, 2007 18:08

A delegation of American envoys pressed North Korea on Monday to shut down its main nuclear reactor and allow in UN inspectors as a deadline on disarming the country's nuclear program nears. The US delegation said North Korea's top nuclear negotiator, Kim Kye Gwan, told them his government would allow UN nuclear inspectors into the country as soon as $25 million in disputed North Korean funds are released.

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