1995: North Korea endorsed pact to suspend its nuclear program
North Korea endorsed pact to suspend its nuclear program


By MSgt William Medema
Posted Tuesday, June 13, 2006

  
1995: North Korea endorsed pact to suspend its nuclear program
Yongbyon, North Korea.


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1995: North Korea officially endorsed a nuclear pact with the US to suspend its nuclear program in exchange for a $4.5 billion assistance program to build two safeguarded light water power reactors. The agreement required that all reactor and reprocessing plant work be halted, that all irradiated fuel remain under safeguards, and that North Korea's domestic reactors eventually be dismantled.


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