KEDO


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KEDOKorean Energy Development Organization (aka Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization; South Korea, North Korea and US)
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There is no change in our line that the KEDO project is a realistic measure to stop the North's nuclear weapons development,'' Fukuda said.
KEDO recently notified Pyongyang of its decision to hire Uzbeks, but it has not responded.
Foreign Ministry Press Secretary Hatsuhisa Takashima also welcomed the message issued by the KEDO Executive Board.
He told KEDO of the EU plan to annually provide some 20 million euros over five years through 2005,'' one of the sources, who asked not to be identified, told Kyodo News.
Various political problems - along with the Asian economic crisis - have held up the construction of the two 1,000-megawatt light-water nuclear reactors KEDO promised to build in North Korea.
By stating that it would stop delivering heavy fuel oil, KEDO is prodding Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear development program.
2 billion KEDO project, but the Parliament's block means that this year's instalment could not be paid, at least by the June 30 deadline.
2 billion project was about 35 percent complete when the KEDO
Assistance to North Korea, 1995-2005 Calendar or Food Aid (per FY) KEDO Fiscal Assistance Year (FY) Metric Commodity (per Tons Value calendar yr; ($ million) $ million) 1995 0 $0.
But KEDO has virtually stopped operations since the current nuclear crisis erupted in October 2002 when Washington alleged that Pyongyang admitted to running a secret uranium enrichment program.
A participant in the KEDO board meeting characterized the MOU as a positive sign from North Korea which has been demanding an early resumption of the project.
La representacion diplomatica dijo que KEDO construye un nuevo modelo de reactor de agua ligera que sustituira a las que producirian plutonio para usos belicos y destaco que el gobierno neozelandes abastecera de petroleo a Norcorea, hasta que se concrete el proceso de reconversion de las plantas nucleares.