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Foreign ministers of nations involved in North Korea's denuclearization intend to meet in Singapore on the sidelines of an ASEAN forum, it was disclosed Friday.
BEIJING. July 12 (Interfax) - Russia and the U.S.
Beijing, July 12 (Jiji Press)--Top envoys from six countries trying to dismantle North Korea's nuclear ambition ended their three- day talks here on Saturday by adopting a statement that features six- point agreements including the establishment of a mechanism to verify North Korea's declared nuclear programs.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo By Naoko Aoki Beijing, July 12 Kyodo - Negotiators from six countries met for the third day in Beijing Saturday [12 July] to try to work out the specifics of a mechanism to verify North Korea's declaration of its nuclear programmes.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo Beijing, July 11 Kyodo - Chief nuclear negotiators from six countries agreed Friday in Beijing on the principles of creating a mechanism to verify North Korea's declaration of its nuclear programmes, Japanese delegate Akitaka Saiki said.
Negotiators meeting in Beijing on North Korea's denuclearization Friday focused on a mechanism to verify the North's disclosure of its nuclear programs.
Text of report in English by South Korean news agency Yonhap [By Yoo Cheong-mo: "Lee Proposes Full Resumption of Inter-Korean Dialogue"] SEOUL, July 11 (Yonhap) - President Lee Myung-bak [Ri Myo'ng- pak] on Friday [ 11 July] proposed that South and North Korea immediately resume dialogue across the board for discussions on the denuclearization of North Korea, implementation of the existing inter-Korean summit agreements and cross-border humanitarian cooperation.
The six-party talks on North Korea's denuclearization, resuming in Beijing, will seek ways to verify the communist country's declaration of its nuclear assets.
North Korean denuclearization talks, stalled for nine months, are to resume this week, a South Korean official said Tuesday. Kim Sook said the six-nation talks are to resume Thursday in Beijing, The New York Times reported. Participants are the United States, the Koreas, China, Japan and Russia.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo Beijing, July 8 Kyodo - (EDS: ADDING DETAILS, BACKGROUND) North Korea's top nuclear negotiator Kim Kye Gwan arrived in Beijing on Tuesday, ahead of a meeting of the six-party process for denuclearizing the country, set to resume Thursday at the level of heads of delegations.