China has little information about alleged DPRK uranium program: FM 03-06-2004 16:56

Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing said at the press conference on Mar.6 that China has little information about the alleged uranium enrichment program of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).

"We don't have as much information as you do about the alleged DPRK uranium program," Li told a Reuters reporter while asked to confirm the allegations.

"(Even) if your information is supported by evidence, that will have nothing to do with China," the minister added.

China has always advocated a nuclear-weapon-free Korean Peninsula, Li said, "We don't wish to see a Korean Peninsula with nuclear weapons, we wish to see a Korean Peninsula that is peaceful, stable and prosperous."

The role China plays in helping resolve the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula is "to promote peace talks and to make peace", said the minister.

He also expressed the hopes that all sides concerned in the six-party talks on the Korean nuclear issue could play a constructive role in having a peaceful solution to the issue through dialogue.

Editor:Wang  Source:Xinhua News Agency

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