North Korea has agreed to a moratorium on nuclear activity at Yongbyon, its major nuclear facility, the U.S. State Department said Wednesday. North Korea also has agreed to a moratorium on long-range missile launches.
The announcement came Wednesday after a U.S. delegation returned from Beijing following a third exploratory round of bilateral talks.
In a statement, the State Department said the United States "still has profound concerns regarding North Korean behavior across a wide range of areas" but that todays announcement "reflects important, if limited, progress in addressing some of these."
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