Japan gives 6-nation talks a 'couple more days'

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March 21, 2007 15:52

Six-nation disarmament talks will continue for up to two days and negotiators will focus on implementing a landmark pact, Japan's nuclear envoy said Wednesday. "We have decided to extend the talks for one or two days for now," Kenichiro Sasae told reporters after discussions were stalled for two days because of a dispute over $25 million in North Korean funds frozen in a Macau bank.


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