NKorea, IAEA to discuss nuclear reactor shut down

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June 26, 2007 03:56

 
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UN nuclear monitors were set to hold talks with officials in North Korea on Tuesday to discuss how to verify the long-delayed shutdown of the communist country's main nuclear reactor. The North Korean government vowed Monday to move forward with a February agreement to shut down its Yongbyon reactor in exchange for aid, after announcing that a dispute over frozen bank funds that had held up disarmament efforts was now finally over.

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