April 2009: IAEA Inspectors Leave DPRK

An IAEA inspector shows some of the broken IAEA
safeguards seals salvaged from North Korea.
(Credit: Hansen/IAEA) A close-up view of the broken seals. Safeguards inspectors use the metal seals to tag safeguarded equipment, for example, at nuclear facilities. (Credit: Hansen/IAEA) An IAEA inspector views a DPRK map with Mr. Chitumbo (right), who heads the IAEA Safeguards Operations Division for the Asia and Pacific region. (Credit: Hansen/IAEA) Mr. Chitumbo (right), who heads the IAEA Safeguards Operations Division for the Asia and Pacific region, meets with an IAEA inspector at his IAEA headquarters office. (Credit: Hansen/IAEA)Dr. Yousry Abushady, IAEA Unit Head responsible for safeguards implementation in the DPRK, and an IAEA inspector show broken IAEA safeguards seals salvaged from North Korea. (Credit: Hansen/IAEA) Dr. Yousry Abushady and an inspector of the IAEA with DPRK guides in front of the Reunification Statue in North Korea. (Credit: IAEA) IAEA inspectors worked from this guesthouse in the DPRK. (Credit: IAEA)
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