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Chinese vice FM starts 4-nation tour on DPRK nuclear issue

2009-07-03 13:35 BJT

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Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei has left Beijing for a four-nation tour to discuss the nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula. The four nations are Russia, the US, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei has left Beijing for a four-nation tour to discuss the nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula. The four nations are Russia, the US, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei has left 
Beijing for a four-nation tour to discuss the 
nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula. The four 
nations are Russia, the US, Japan, and the 
Republic of Korea.

The minister has led the Chinese delegation at the six-party talks since 2005. He will exchange views with relevant parties on the Korean peninsula nuclear issue and the situation in northeast Asia. The Chinese Foreign Ministry says Wu Dawei's itinerary will be arranged according to the results of the various consultations, adding that China will continue to push forward six-party talks despite the DPRK's nuclear experiment a month ago.

Qin Gang, spokesman of Chinese Foreign Ministry, said, "China always advocates the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula through dialogues under the six-party talks."

Editor: Liu Anqi | Source: CCTV.com