Russian chief nuke envoy meets with S. Korean counterpart

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October 11, 2010 09:35

 
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Alexei Borodavkin, Russian's chief nuclear envoy, visited Seoul, South Korea Monday in an attempt to resume international nuclear disarmament talks with the country, according to an AFP report.

Borodavkin is expected to meet South Korean counterpart Wi Sung-Lac said Seoul's foreign ministry.

"They will discuss overall issues on the six-party talks and the current events on the Korean peninsula," a ministry spokesman told AFP.


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