Bolton called on North Korea to clearly acknowledge the part of its nuclear program that deals with uranium enrichment, saying without that clarification, ''it's hard to see how you could get a complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement.
What does CVID stand for?
CVID stands for Complete, Verifiable and Irreversible Dismantlement (North Korea nuclear weapons program)
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- Center for Violence and Injury Control
- Christchurch Visitor Information Centre (New Zealand)
- Combat Visual Information Center (USMC)
- Community Violence Intervention Center (est. 1980; Grand Forks, ND)
- Comox Valley International College (Canada)
- Cardiovascular Imaging Center for Education and Research (UCI)
- Centre for Victims of Torture (Nepal)
- Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit
- Common Variable Immunodeficiency
- Commercial Vehicle Information Exchange (MD, USA)
- Comox Valley International Education Association (Canada)
- Commercial Vehicle Information Exchange Window
- Catholic Volunteers in Florida
- Child Vision International Foundation Africa (UK charity)
- Carl Vinson Institute of Government (University of Georgia; Athens, GA)
- Citizens for A Voice in Growth
- Central Vancouver Island Health Region (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- Cleveland Vocational Industries, Inc. (est. 1984; North Carolina)
- Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (New York)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The five ''are committed to the need for North Korea to have a complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement of their nuclear weapons programs,'' Powell told the news conference.
Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs James Kelly ''agreed to make joint efforts to eventually bring about the complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement of North Korea's nuclear weapons program,'' spokesman Shin Bong Kil was quoted as saying by Yonhap News Agency.