Pentagon Spokesman's Regular Tuesday Briefing
DoD News Briefing
Tuesday, October 24, 2000 - 1:30 p.m. EDT
Presenter: Rear Adm. Craig R. Quigley, DASD PA
Q: What do you hear from the U.S. officials in Pyongyang regarding
what commitments the North Koreans may have made on curtailing or
eliminating their ballistic missile program?
Quigley: Yeah. We don't have a readout yet here in the building, Bob.
I think the goal is probably to let the secretary of State come back
to the United States and brief the president first before there is any
readout of the activities there. I can't characterize it for you quite
yet, in any way. I'm sorry. We don't have any - we did have a couple
of people with the secretary's party, but we don't have any feedback
Q: Has there been any troop movement or anything unusual or different
that you've noticed in the North Koreans?
Quigley: No. No, not at all.
Q: Nothing has changed?
Quigley: Mm-mm. (Negative.)
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