North Korea has offered to abandon its nuclear weapons if the two sides in the Korean War sign a peace agreement to replace the 1953 cease-fire that halted hostilities but did not resolve the conflict. A peace pact would halt what the North calls U.S. hostility “which spawned the nuclear issue,” a spokesman from the North’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement. That would “automatically result in the denuclearization of the peninsula.” Full Story
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