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|DPRK, U.S. meet on nuke, financial issues as six-party talks enter 2nd day
BEIJING, Dec. 20 (Xinhua) -- Delegations of the United States and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to the six-party talks will meet again on Wednesday.
Top U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill made the remarks Wednesdaymorning in his hotel. He expected to have bilateral meeting with the DPRK side later in the morning, Hill told reporters.
"If we are going to get to the end of the week, we probably need to be working something on paper," said Hill.
He said the primary purpose of the talks is to denuclearize theDPRK, and also aims at the normalization of diplomatic relations with "the relevant country."
"I just don't know where we are going to end up or when we are going to end up," Hill said. "Clearly we have to be on substantivediscussions today."
The six-party talks, which aim at resolving the Korean nuclear issue, resumed Monday involving China, the DPRK, the U.S., the Republic of Korea, Japan and Russia.
Hill said the six-party process is really working, noting theyhad "some good discussion" on Tuesday.
As to the financial issue between the U.S. and the DPRK, Hill said the discussion was "still going on."
On the sidelines of the six-party talks, the United States and the DPRK held a separate meeting on financial issue in Beijing on Tuesday.
President of the DPRK's Foreign Trade Bank O Kwang Chol held three-hour talks with Daniel Glaser, U.S. Treasury Department's deputy assistant secretary for terrorist financing and financial crimes, at the U.S. Embassy on Tuesday afternoon.
The last round of six-party talks suspended due to the financial sanction imposed on the DPRK.
Wednesday's discussion on financial issue will be held at the DPRK Embassy in China, according to Hill.
Hill said he had talked with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other officials on related situation of the six-party talks on Tuesday night.
BEIJING, Dec. 20 (Xinhua) -- The delegations of the United
States and Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will continue to hold
bilateral talks Wednesday over U.S. financial sanctions against Pyongyang, said
U.S. treasury official Tuesday night.
BEIJING, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Foreign Minister
Dai Bingguo hosted a banquet on Tuesday evening for the envoys attending the
six-party talks on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, saying the negotiations are
"deepening" despite twists and turns in the talks.
BEIJING, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- The chief U.S. negotiator to
the six-party nuclear talks on Tuesday said "no breakthroughs" had been made
after the first one-on-one meeting with his counterpart from the Democratic
People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
BEIJING, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- China on Tuesday said the
ongoing six-party talks on the Korean Peninsular nuclear issue will be
BEIJING, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- The parties to the six-party
talks need further discussions to decide the establishment, number and focus of
working groups, said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang.
BEIJING, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese negotiator for the
ongoing six-party talks on the Korean nuclear issue on Tuesday called on all
sides to decide on a course of action to continue the resolution process.
BEIJING, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- The six parties to the Korean
peninsular nuclear issue talks conducted "candid", "pragmatic" and "serious"
talks on the first day of negotiations, even if there are still divergences on a
series of issues, said Chinese delegation spokesperson Jiang Yu here Monday.
BEIJING, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- The six-party talks on Korean
Peninsula nuclear issue resumed in Beijing on Monday after a 13-month hiatus,
but with analysts predicting that negotiations will be tough.