I read this sentence from this link.
• North Korea Drove Home its insistence on a light-water reactor for producing electricity as part of any bargain on dismantling its nuclear program.
My question is that should the bold thing corrected like this?
→ as A part of any bargain.
Because in this context, I don’t think “part” used as the number 3 definition in Oxford dictionary;
3-[uncountable] part of something an element or member of something; a person or thing that helps to make up a whole or belongs in it
Rather than that, I reckon it has the number 2 definition.
2-[countable] a section, piece or feature of something.
Am I wrong?