NEWSGD.COM
Home | About Us | Contact Us | Site Map | Chinese
News | Biz | Pearl River Delta | Enjoy Life | Culture | Travelling | Pics | Cities & Towns | Gov Info | Specials
Home > News Brief > China
FM: date of six-party talks still under discussion
Latest Updated by 2006-11-24 08:35:56
Related News
U.S. says DPRK's assets issue can be discussed at six-party talks
Trying efforts underway to renew Six-party Talks
Six-Party Talks set to resume soon
China calls for joint efforts to resume six-party talks
China
FM: date of six-party talks still under discussion
President Hu makes five-point proposal for promoting Sino-Indian ties
China's HIV cases jump 28%

China said on Thursday (Nov 23) that no fixed date has yet been decided for restarting six-party talks on the Korean Peninsular nuclear issue.

 

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Jiang Yu told a routine press conference she had "no confirmed information" about when the long-stalled talks would resume.

 

"The date of the next six-party talks is still under discussion," she said.

 

Christopher Hill, U.S. assistant secretary of state, said Tuesday after a whirlwind one-day visit to Beijing that he believed the talks would probably resume in mid-December.

 

The U.S. State Department said Wednesday that Hill is due to leave Sunday for Beijing for more talks and will continue efforts to convene a new round of negotiations, according to the Associated Press.

 

Although Jiang did not confirm Hill's upcoming visit to China at the press conference, she said China would like to further exchange views on the talks with all relevant parties, including the United States.

 

She also called for parties concerned to take a "flexible and substantive approach" to the issue and work toward the early resumption of the talks and make concerted efforts to achieve progress.

 

The six-party talks, launched in 2003, were suspended last November when Pyongyang walked out in protest against financial sanctions imposed by Washington.

 

After carrying out a nuclear test on Oct. 9, the DPRK government agreed to return to the talks with China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Russia and the United States, but did not indicate a specific date.

 

Editor: Wing

By: Source: China View website
Previous:    Next:President Hu makes five-point proposal for promoting Sino-Indian ties


[Shenzhen] Show time for senior citizens


Electric Bicycles Banned in Guangzhou from Today


Chen Family Ancestral Hall in Guangzhou


Universiade Center designed choice narrows


Lohan booed for poor hosting
This site contains material from other media for content enrichment purpose only.
The Southcn.com website do not endorse such content and do not bear the joint responsibility of their copyright infringement.
The views expressed in written material posted to the bulletin boards of Southcn.com are those of the authors and/or publishers. The Southcn.com website does not endorse information products posted by organizations and individuals here. The originators of these information products are solely responsible for their content.
For copyright infringement issues, you shall contact Southcn.com within thirty (30) days. Email: falv@southcn.com
If you find any error in this page, please drag your mouse to mark the text with error, then press "CTRL" and "ENTER", to inform us. Thanks for your help!
Home  |  About Us  |   Contact Us  |  Site Map  |  Chinese
©2005 WWW.NEWSGD.COM. All rights reserved.registered number 020074 Terms of Use | Advertise | ICP Certificate No.B2-20050252
Guangdong Gov Link
Guangdong Gov Brief
State Structure
Guangdong in Brief
Laws & Regulations
Exchange Rate
Guangdong Guide
   
Museum Museum
University University
Eat Eat
Shopping Duting
Night Life Night Life
Weather Weather
Phone No. Phone Num
Consulate Consulate
Airport Airport
Travel Tips Tours Tips