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Fourth Round of Six-Party Talks: Morning Transit St. Regis Hotel

Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Beijing, China
August 6, 2005

A/S HILL: Good morning. We are going off this morning. Iíve got a meeting with the Chinese, I think, in about a half an hour. I will see the North Korean delegation soon after that and I hope when I come back tonight, we will be able to tell you when you can check out of the hotel and what the situation is. But as I said, we will be here as long as we make progress. If we are not going to make progress, we are not going to be here. If we are not going to be here, we have to figure out how we are not going to be here. That is, we have to talk about what possible way we might wind this up. But, it is all geared to progress. If we make progress, we are here. If we donít make progress, we have to think of something else. So, maybe I will have some news for you later on today.



Released on August 8, 2005

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