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S. Korea-Japan leaders meet for nuclear talks

01-12-2012 18:45 BJT

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Head of the Japanese delegation for six-party talks Shinsuke Sugiyama meets South Korean nuclear envoy Lim Sung-nam in Seoul on Thursday to deal with DPRK’s nuclear ambitions.

Sugiyama and Lim are expected to discuss ways to improve efforts to denuclearize the North. The meeting comes before South Korea, Japan and the United States hold high-level trilateral talks in Washington next week.

Media reports say Pyongyang has announced an agreement with Washington to suspend its uranium enrichment programme and accept U.N. nuclear monitors in exchange for food aid. Although analysts doubt that DPRK will consider giving up nuclear weapons programme.

Head of the Japanese delegation for six-party talks Shinsuke Sugiyama meets South
Korean nuclear envoy Lim Sung-nam in Seoul on Thursday to deal with DPRK’s
nuclear ambitions.

Head of the Japanese delegation for six-party talks Shinsuke Sugiyama meets South
Korean nuclear envoy Lim Sung-nam in Seoul on Thursday to deal with DPRK’s
nuclear ambitions.

 

 

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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