China: N. Korea nuclear talks to resume Dec. 18

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December 11, 2006 10:34

 
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Talks on North Korea's nuclear program will resume in Beijing on Dec. 18, China announced Monday, as Japan demanded Pyongyang make progress toward abandoning atomic weapons. A resumption would end North Korea's 13-month boycott of the talks in protest over US financial sanctions. Diplomats have been trying to set a date since the government of leader Kim Jong Il agreed to return after it tested a nuclear bomb on Oct. 9. "The second phase of the fifth round of six-party talks is to be held on Dec. 18 in Beijing," said a one-sentence statement by Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang on the ministry Web site. Participants in the talks are the two Koreas, the United States, host China, Japan and Russia.

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