Inspectors Cite Evidence Of Resumed Operations At The Plutonium-Producing Plant, Which Had Been Shut Down Since 2018
By Michael R. Gordon and Laurence Norman
Wall Street Journal
North Korea appears to have resumed operation of its plutonium-producing reactor at Yongbyon in a move that could enable the reclusive country to expand its nuclear-weapons arsenal, the U.N. atomic agency said.
The development, disclosed in the agency’s annual report on North Korea’s nuclear activities, adds a new challenge to President Biden’s foreign policy agenda, alongside the dangerous U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and stalemated talks on restoring the 2015 deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
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