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Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Most of North Korea Neighbors Agree to Cooperate on North Korea

The Daily Times of Pakistan reports here that China, Japan and South Korea have vowed to cooperate in resolving the North Korea crisis.

A flurry of reports have hinted at the likelihood of stalled six-party talks among the two Koreas, China, Japan, Russia and the United States resuming soon, but no specific date has been set for a fresh round of discussions. On Saturday, foreign ministers from China, Japan and South Korea expressed hope that talks could be held by the end of the year and agreed to boost efforts to bring Pyongyang back to the table.


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