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2010 May See Progress in North Korean Peace Talks

On Monday, DPRK officials issued a statement which claims that the country is ready to discuss signing a peace treaty to replace the Armistice Agreement currently in place and rejoin the six-party talks.

The DPRK has said that diplomacy regarding the country’s nuclear program would be contingent on a peace treaty first being signed and UN sanctions lifted.

Familiar with the political games coming from Pyongyang, the United States has said they would like to see North Korea first rejoin the six-party talks and take steps towards denuclearization before they come to an agreement.

Xinhua reports on the topic.

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