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IAEA Says It would Take Several Years to Find out Amount of Plutonium Used for N. Korea's Nuclear Weapons Updated: 2011-01-05 00:00:00 KST

The International Atomic Energy Agency has estimated it would take several years to find out how much plutonium North Korea used to build its nuclear weapons.
According to a telegram the US sent to Austria in December 2009 the IAEA's foreign relations director told US lawmakers it would take several years to scientifically prove the amount of plutonium the communist state allegedly used for its nuclear program in the 1990s even if Pyeongyang was fully cooperative.
The communist regime made an offer last month to New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson during his unofficial visit to Pyeongyang to open its doors to renewed oversight of the Yongbyon nuclear complex by the IAEA.
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