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UPDATED: 15:17, January 22, 2007
DPRK nuke talks chief negotiator arrives in Beijing
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Kim Kye Gwan, chief negotiator of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) for the six-party talks, arrived here Monday morning for a discussion with the Chinese side.

He made no comment when he arrived at the Capital International Airport.

Chun Yung Woo, chief negotiator of the Republic of Korea (ROK) to the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula, also arrived in Beijing Monday afternoon.

Chun said upon arrival that he would meet with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei, also chief negotiator to the talks, on Tuesday morning. Chun would leave Beijing on Tuesday afternoon.

The two top negotiators from the DPRK and the ROK may have a meeting, said Chun.

Source: Xinhua

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