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S.Korea's top envoy to visit China for talks on DPRK nuke program

Xinhua | Updated: 2016-04-22 09:37
SEOUL - South Korea's top envoy at the long-stalled six-party talks will visit China on Friday to talk with his Chinese counterpart about the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)'s nuclear program.

Seoul's foreign ministry spokesman Cho June-hyuk told a press briefing on Thursday that Kim Hong-Kyun, chief South Korean envoy for the six-party dialogue to denuclearize the Korean peninsula, will visit China on Friday to meet with Wu Dawei, China's special representative on Korean peninsula affairs.

Kim and Wu will share an assessment on the Korean peninsula situations based on the results of China-South Korea summit held in Washington on March 31 on the sidelines of nuclear security summit, the spokesman said.

The two diplomats will also discuss comprehensive cooperation ways between the two countries regarding the DPRK's nuclear program, according to the spokesman.

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