US Won't Take NKorea Off Terror List - Yet

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States says it will not remove
North Korea from a blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism until
the North agrees to a way to verify its nuclear weapons program.
Monday was the soonest that the U.S. could remove North Korea
from the list in exchange for its disclosure of its nuclear
programs in June.
But State Department spokesman Robert Wood told reporters the
U.S. will not grant the North the concession until it agrees to a
"strong verification regime." He declined to provide specifics,
saying the North Koreans know what they have to do.
North Korea has not been tied directly to terrorism since its
agents planted a bomb on a South Korean commercial jetliner in 1987
and is eager to be removed from the U.S. blacklist.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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