Or is it Lucy with the football again?:
WASHINGTON (Kyodo) U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Wednesday she expects North Korea to provide a long-overdue declaration of its nuclear activities as promised under a six-party deal and that if that materializes, the United States will move to remove Pyongyang from its list of nations that sponsor terrorism.
"North Korea will soon give its declaration of nuclear programs to China," she said in a speech at the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank in Washington. "And President (George W.) Bush would then notify Congress of our intention to remove North Korea from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list and to cease the application of the Trading with the Enemy Act."