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Fourth Round of Six-Party Talks: St. Regis Walkthrough

Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Beijing, China
July 31, 2005

QUESTION:  Are you going to have a bilateral meeting today?

 

A/S HILL:  I just met with Ambassador Song Min-Soon, from the R.O.K., and we just had a little chat about where we are in the process.  Itís been one week now that we arrived in Beijing.  Today thereís a drafting committee meeting at the negotiation site, and we look forward to hearing a report on how the drafting is going.  I want to caution everyone that itís a lot of work to look at a document and go line by line by line.  Weíre dealing in several languages; Chinese, Korean, Russian, Japanese, English.  So itís going to take a while, but things are moving and we have to see how it goes.  So, good to see you all. 

 

QUESTION:  Any chance to see North Korean delegation today?

 

A/S HILL:  I donít have any plans right now, but we see all the delegations all the time, so Iím sure weíll see each other at some point.  



Released on August 3, 2005

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