CNN reported North Korea has agreed to stop nuclear tests in exchange for food aid from the United States.
The site in question is the Yongbyon nuclear complex. In exchange for not testing nuclear weapons the United States has agreed to a package of 240,000 metric tons of nutritional assistance to North Korea.
Both sides have been cordial, and they have talked about the agreement marking progress between the two countries.
ABC News reported that there is skepticism on both sides with the deal. The United States will be watching north Korea closely to see that they carry out their side of the agreement.
Kim Jung Un is now leading the asian country after Kim Jung Il died two months ago. The agreement shows signs of stability for North Korea, ABC News reports.