The Six-Nation Talks Resumed. North Korea and a “PEACEFUL” Nuclear Program. Background. The six-nation talks include China Russia Japan South Korea US North Korea. History of the debated nuclear program. North Korea had nuclear weapons programs in the 80's
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WHAT IS GOING ON NOW? the Declaration on the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula
North Korea wants a nuclear program
The head of the North Korean delegation, Kim Gye Kwan, told China's official Xinhua news agency that Pyongyang had a "right" to a peaceful nuclear program.
The US, however, does not want North Korea to have anything to do with nuclear weapons or the learning of their mechanics.
Kwan said that North Korea would not accept the U.S. blocking this right but there could be flexibility in other areas
WASHINGTON CLAIMS THAT: Beijing.
The United States says the North should not exercise this right since Pyongyang has acknowledged using its civilian program in the past as a cover for making weapons.