NBC News — U.S. and North Korean diplomats resumed talks for a second day tuesday on North Korea's nuclear program in Geneva. Today's talks were held at the North Korean embassy in Switzerland, yesterday's were held at the U.S. embassy.
The talks are the second direct encounter between the two sides in less than three months following years of stalled talks. The American team has declined to reveal their goals for the two day talks. U.S. officials have previously said they want North Korea to stick to a 2005 agreement that requires proof of their denuclearization in exchange for better relations with its Asian neighbors.