DPRK and China to Take Joint Action in Upcoming Six-way Talks
Pyongyang, February 10 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA Tuesday as regards the recent visit to China by the DPRK vice foreign minister and his party:
Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan visited China from February 7 to 10 at the invitation of the Chinese side.
During their stay he and his party met with Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing and his party and Executive Vice- Minister Dai Bingguo and had friendly talks with Vice-Minister Wang Yi.
Both sides had an exhaustive discussion of a series of issues of mutual concern including the issue of bilateral relations, nuclear issue and the issue of six-way talks.
They admitted the reasonability of the package proposal of simultaneous actions for the solution of the nuclear issue and the DPRK-proposed "reward in return for freeze," the first-phase measure, and agreed to take joint actions to make substantial progress in the next round of the six-way talks.
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