Japan urges caution on any North Korea agreement

Japan’s defence minister has urged the international community to keep sanctions and surveillance on North Korea, saying it has a history of reneging on agreements. Itsunori Onodera said North Korea agreed to give up nuclear weapons as early as 1994, but …
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