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US DPRK envoy to visit ROK, China and Japan

01-03-2011 14:13 BJT

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The US State Department says the envoy for policy toward the DPRK, Stephen Bosworth, will visit South Korea, China and Japan for consultations.

Bosworth will arrive in Seoul on Tuesday, then visit Beijing on Wednesday and continue to Tokyo on Thursday. The State Department says he will meet with senior government officials in all three cities to discuss the next steps on the Korean Peninsula. The US nuclear envoy, Sung Kim, will travel with Bosworth to Seoul and Beijing. Last Friday, South Korean President, Lee Myung-bak, said the framework of the Six-party Talks is the only way to dismantle the DPRK's nuclear program. Pyongyang has also called for improved ties with the South.

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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