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Foreign Minister of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Pak Ui Chun has met with his Indonesian counterpart in Jakarta. The two officials discussed many issues on the Korean Peninsula, with Pyongyang showing signs that it could return to the six-party talks.
Marty Natalegawa, Indonesian Foreign Minister, said, "I heard from the DPRK side their willingness, their readiness to return to the six-party talks however with the important foot note, the important note of wanting to ensure there's a sense of parity in the negotiations."
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