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DPRK nuclear envoy arrives in China

08-04-2011 08:54 BJT

The nuclear negotiator of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kim Kye Gwan, has arrived in Beijing for talks with Chinese officials.

Kim flew in from the US, where he met with Stephen Bosworth,the US top envoy for all Korean peninsula affairs. Kim is expected to meet with China's six-party talks negotiator, Wu Dawei to brief him on the outcome of his talks in the US.

Both Kim and Bosworth characterized the discussions as "constructive and businesslike". The United States, China, Japan, South Korea and Russia have been negotiating since 2003 with DPRK on its nuclear program. Pyongyang pulled out of the six-party talks in April 2009 after being criticized for launching a long-range missile.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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