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ROK, US agree to resume 6-party talks

12-29-2011 19:48 BJT

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South Korea and the US have agreed to resume the six-party talks with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, if the right conditions are created.

That’s according to South Korea’s top nuclear envoy, Lim Sung-nam, after he met with his US counterpart, Glyn Davies, in Washington.

The two sides also agreed that it is important to stably manage security on the Korean Peninsula following the death of Kim Jong-il. According to the US state department, Lim and Davies also discussed the possibility of sending food aid to the DPRK.

Lim’s visit to the US follows a trip to China last week, during which he met his counterpart Wu Dawei and agreed to closely work together in reviving the six-party talks.

 

 

 

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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