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A senior North Korean diplomat warned Monday that Pyongyang will stop dismantling its nuclear facilities unless Japan fulfills its obligation to provide North Korea with energy assistance under a six-party deal.

“Unless Japan implements the heavy fuel assistance, the activities will be suspended,” the Beijing-based diplomat, who is a participant in the six-party talks, was quoted as saying by lawmaker Yoshihiro Kawakami after a meeting in the Chinese capital.

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