South Korean officials are claiming that the United States has made some major concessions to North Korea to break a deadlock on the inspection of Pyongyang's nuke facilities. The two countries are currently on the last legs of negotiations focusing on opening up North Korea's nuclear program to international inspectors. Lee Se-ki, chief policymaker of the governing Democratic Liberal Party in South Korea, said in a report to a party meeting that the U.S. has offered to wait five years before conducting a full inspection on its operations -- something that may anger Seoul. Both U.S. and North Korean officials refused comment. The talks are expected to be completed tomorrow.