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Resolution on nuclear dilemma passes
AFAR
12/29/2002

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In an attempt to have North Korea carry out their promises as stipulated in the 1994 Geneva Agreed Framework, South Korea’s Unification and Foreign Affairs and Trade Committee passed a resolution Friday. It calls on Pyongyang to freeze all nuclear operations and weapons development as well as allow investigations and oversight by the International Atomic Energy Agency. This resolution, hoped to aid in resolving North Korea’s nuclear dilemma through peaceful diplomacy, will be put to a vote in the National Assembly.

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