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The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog is warning Monday that North Korea’s nuclear activities remain “a cause for serious concern” as there are signs it may  be reprocessing spent reactor fuel to extract plutonium – a component that may be used for weapons.  

International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Grossi made the remark   during a meeting of its board of governors, which is comprised of 35 nations including the U.S. 

“The DPRKs nuclear activities remain a cause for serious concern, ” he said. “The continuation of the DPRK’s atomic  program is a clear violation of relevant U.N. Security Council resolutions and is deeply regrettable. “ 

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In his address, Grossi said since September 2020, “some nuclear facilities in the DPRK have continued to run while others have remained closed down. “ 

He explained a steam plant that serves a radiochemical laboratory “has continued to function since my final Statement to the Board in March. “ 

“The duration of the operation is consistent with the time needed for a reprocessing campaign at the radiochemical laboratory, ” he added. “It isn’t, however, possible to confirm that reprocessing is occurring. “ 

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IAEA monitors North Korea’s nuclear program through satellite imagery.  

North Korea expelled the agency’s inspectors in 2009 and continue detonated a nuclear weapon during testing in 2017, according to Reuters.  

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