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UPDATED: 08:23, September 20, 2005
Common statement adopted at six-party talks
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The heads of the delegations to the six-party talks shake hands following their press conference after the end of the talks' fourth round in Beijing, September 19, 2005. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the United States, South Korea, Japan, Russia and China take part in the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsular nuclear issue.

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Kim Gye-gwan, Alexander Alexeyev, Wu Dawei, Song Min-soon and Kenichiro Sasae (From R to L), heads of the delegations of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Russia, China, South Korea and Japan to the six-party talks, hold a press conference following the end of the fourth round of the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsular nuclear issue in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 19, 2005. Christopher Hill, head of the United States delegation, flew to the US ahead of the press conference.

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Photo taken on Sept. 19, 2005 shows the scene of the fourth round of the six-party talks on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue in Beijing, capital of China Sept. 19, 2005. The six parties adopted a joint statement here on Monday, in which the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) promised to abandon all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs.

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Delegation members of the Republic of Korea (ROK) applaud at the fourth round of the six-party talks on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue in Beijing, capital of China Sept. 19, 2005.

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US delegation members applaud at the fourth round of the six-party talks on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue in Beijing, capital of China Sept. 19, 2005. The six parties adopted a joint statement here on Monday, in which the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) promised to abandon all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs.

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Chinese State Councilor Tang Jiaxuan (C) meets with heads of the delegations to the six-party talks following the end of the talks' fourth round, at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 19, 2005.

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