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This was delayed from April due to a dispute with the United States over Banco Delta Asia, but on July 14, International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors confirmed the shutdown of North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear reactor and consequently North Korea began to receive aid.This agreement fell apart in 2009, following a North Korean satellite launch.The agreement was reached following a series of six-party talks, involving North Korea, South Korea, China, Russia, Japan, and the United States begun in 2003.According to the agreement, a list of its nuclear programs would be submitted and the nuclear facility would be disabled in exchange for fuel aid and normalization talks with the United States and Japan.Based on evidence from Pakistan, Libya, and multiple confessions from North Korea itself, the United States accused North Korea of noncompliance and halted oil shipments; North Korea later claimed its public confession of guilt had been deliberately misconstrued.By the end of 2002, the Agreed Framework was officially abandoned.When North Korea refused the requested special inspection, the IAEA reported its noncompliance to the UN Security Council.
In February 2012, North Korea announced that it would suspend uranium enrichment at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center and not conduct any further tests of nuclear weapons while productive negotiations involving the United States continue.
Later, China, after its nuclear tests, similarly rejected North Korean requests for help with developing nuclear weapons.
North Korea's nuclear weapons program dates back to the 1980s.
This agreement included a moratorium on long-range missiles tests.
Additionally, North Korea agreed to allow IAEA inspectors to monitor operations at Yongbyon.
Multiple South Korean sources estimate the yield at 6–9 kilotons, while the German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources estimates the yield at 40 kilotons.