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Six-party talks delegates' meeting an opportunity to agree further measures: Japanese official
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18:52, July 13, 2007

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Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuhisa Shiozaki said on Friday that the scheduled meeting of delegation heads for the six-party talks will be an important opportunity for agreeing on further measures.

Shiozaki told a regular news conference that the meeting will be a chance to affirm that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is taking immediate action to implement "initial steps" to abandon its nuclear programs.

The top government spokesman said the meeting is necessary to discuss issues such as requesting the DPRK report all of its nuclear programs and planned measures to shut down its nuclear facilities.

He reiterated that developments, including that resolving the issue of the
DPRK's past abduction of Japanese nationals, must be achieved in Japan-DPRK relations before Japan can provide energy assistance to the country.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday that the heads of delegations for the six-party talks are scheduled to meet in Beijing on July 18-19.

Source: Xinhua



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