US-led team to oversee N. Korea nuclear disablement

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October 3, 2007 16:14

A team of experts from the United States will head to North Korea within two weeks to oversee preparations for disabling the communist country's main nuclear programs by year end, under a six-nation disarmament agreement released Wednesday. As part of the agreement, North Korea will provide a complete list of its nuclear programs and disable its facilities at its main reactor complex by December 31, said Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei, Beijing's chief nuclear envoy to disarmament talks which also involve the United States, the two Koreas, Japan and Russia.


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