Report: Experts begin removing fuel rods from N. Korea facility

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December 17, 2007 14:59

 
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Nuclear experts have begun removing fuel rods from North Korea's only nuclear reactor but the country will not meet a year-end deadline to disable the facility under a six-way denuclearization agreement, a news report said Monday. Also Monday, China's top nuclear negotiator began a three-day trip to Pyongyang aimed at urging the communist regime to disclose its nuclear programs by the end of the year, Japan's Kyodo News agency reported, citing unnamed diplomats. North Korea began disabling the reactor, which was shut down in July, and two other facilities last month under the watch of US experts. Pyongyang has promised to complete the process by the end of December.

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