US official: N. Korea will accept UN inspectors

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April 11, 2007 05:30

North Korea's key condition for moving forward in a deal to halt its nuclear program, including allowing visits by UN inspectors, has been met now that its funds in a Macau bank have been unblocked, a US official said Wednesday. North Korea will invite back the inspectors as soon as it can access the money and will return to international talks on disarming its nuclear program "at an early date," the official said.


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