TITLE

North Korea silent on U.S. security offers

PUB. DATE
November 2006
SOURCE
East-Asia-Intel Reports;11/29/2006, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Newswire
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that North Korea has not responded to the offer of the U.S. to provide security agreements and economic incentives if it will give up its nuclear weapons. According to presidential spokesman Tony Snow, the U.S. government plans to enter a peace treaty with North Korea to end the Korean War. The North Korean government argues that it will never use its nuclear weapons against South Korea. It also contends that the nuclear weapon will be used to defend peace.
ACCESSION #
23413665

 

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