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North Korea to Disable Nuclear Programs by end of 2007

Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
United States Mission to the United Nations
Geneva, Switzerland
September 2, 2007

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One thing that we agreed on is that the DPRK will provide a full declaration of all of their nuclear programmes and will disable their nuclear programmes by the end of this year 2007. I think this is very important. Of course we will have to work out some of the details of this in the six party process because, as I have stressed many times, this is not a bilateral process at all. It's a multi lateral six party process but we had a very good understanding of this today and an understanding that we need to pick up the pace and get through this phase in 2007.



Released on September 4, 2007

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