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FM: President Hu Jintao talks with Kim Yong Il

(People's Daily Online)

17:26, May 02, 2012

Liu Weimin, Foreign Ministry spokesman, at the press conference of April 24 (Foreign Ministry of China)

Beijing, May 2 (People's Daily Online)--The Foreign Ministry held a press conference on April 24, in which Liu Weimin, Foreign Ministry spokesman answered the reporters' questions.

Question: Did President Hu Jintao talk about the DPRK's nuclear test issue with Kim Yong Il, Alternate Member of the Political Bureau, secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) and head of the international department of the WPK? Did China require the DPRK to stop nuclear tests?

Answer: Relevant information has been released. Minister Kim Yong Il came to China to inform China about the Party Conference of the DPRK and hold the second meeting of China-DPRK party-to-party strategic communication mechanism. The two sides had in-depth exchange of views on bilateral relations, party-to-party exchanges and cooperation, the situation on the Korean Peninsula and other international and regional issues of mutual interest. On the Korean nuclear issue, China has reiterated its position many times and all parties are clear about it.

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