Skip to comments.N Korea may have made 30-40 kg of plutonium
Posted on 02/01/2008 5:45:36 PM PST by DeaconBenjamin
AMHERST, Massachusetts North Korea is expected to declare it has produced 30 to 40 kilograms of plutonium when it gives a full account of its nuclear programs under a six-party deal, top U.S. nuclear negotiator Christopher Hill said.
That is less than about 50 kg the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs had earlier suggested. Hill's remarks may reflect the information he received from Pyongyang as he called for the state's fulfillment of its six-way obligations. "They are supposed to give us a full figure on that, which will be in the neighborhood of 30, 40 kilos, something like that," he said in a speech at Amherst College on Wednesday.
So...where is it?
Clinton stopped that. /sarcasm
Kinda hoping it blows up in there faces.
But North Korea PROMISED!!!!/s
Praying it does not blow up in ours.
They have more than that. What is that one, maybe two bombs worth?
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