North Korea says willing to reengage in nuclear talks

By REUTERS
June 19, 2013 16:14

 
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BEIJING - North Korea is willing to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program peacefully through talks, including returning to stalled six-party talks process, China's Foreign Ministry cited a senior North Korean diplomat as saying on Wednesday.

The ministry carried the remarks of First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-gwan, who has represented North Korea at previous international talks to get it to halt its nuclear program, after his meeting with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui in Beijing.

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