Progress made in N.Korea talks, US negotiator says

By REUTERS
October 24, 2011 22:40

 
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GENEVA - The top US negotiator on North Korea said on Monday that two-day talks between the two sides in Geneva were "moving in a positive direction" after narrowing some differences but issues remained.

Ambassador Stephen Bosworth, US special representative for North Korea policy, said that the US goal was to find a "solid foundation" on which to relaunch bilateral and multilateral talks with Pyongyang, largely stalled since six-party talks on nuclear disarmament collapsed more than two years ago.

"We will continue to try to narrow differences," Bosworth told reporters in Geneva after hosting a dinner for the North Korean delegation led by First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-gwan.

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