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Fourth Round of Six-Party Talks: Early Morning Return to St. Regis Hotel

Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Beijing, China
August 3, 2005

A/S HILL: I donít have anything new to report I was just over at the embassy talking to some senior people at the State Department to get some instructions on the next day so we will see how we do today.

Question: Do you have any expectations?

A/S HILL: You all look so desperate to leave here and I feel like I have tried to give you news about when you can pack your bags. But you know I think we are have definitely entered a different phase with this text and I would say we are getting to an endgame text I donít know at this point whether we will get to an agreed text, but I think we are getting to an endgame text.

Question: Will we get an agreement?

A/S HILL: I donít know. You will have to ask other people about that. But as I said yesterday, we can definitely work with this text. Thank you very much.



Released on August 4, 2005

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