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UPDATED: 08:04, November 11, 2005
ROK top negotiator calls for early decision to advance six-party talks
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Song Min-soon, top negotiator of the Republic of Korea (ROK) to the six-party talks, on Thursday urged all parties to weigh wins and losses and make a decision as early as possible, so as to break the impasse and promote the talks process.

Song made the remarks on Thursday afternoon at a press briefing of the fifth round of talks, which began on Wednesday. The talks aim at resolving the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula and involve China, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), the United States, the ROK, Russia and Japan.

Song said all sides continued voicing stances on the implementation of the joint statement during the session on Thursday. The ROK delegation proposed some necessary measures for the implementation of the joint statement, to which all sides should pay close attention as early as possible.

He also said that the ROK delegation held bilateral consultations with the delegations of Russia, Japan, the United States and the DPRK respectively on Thursday afternoon, and exchanged views on relevant issues.

Source: Xinhua

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