North Korea—Washington Considering Some Sanctions Relief In Return For Nuclear Freeze

Yonhap | 07/11/2019

The U.S. government is considering suspending some sanctions on North Korea in return for a nuclear freeze, reports the Yonhap news agency (Seoul).  The plan would offer a 12- to 18-month reprieve from U.N. Security Council sanctions against North Korean coal and textiles exports in exchange for the dismantlement of the nuclear complex in Yongbyon and a freeze in other elements of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, a source close to the White House said on Thursday. Textiles...

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