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Fifth Round of Six-Party Talks: Morning Transit - Traders Hotel

Christopher R. Hill, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Beijing, China
November 11, 2005

A/S HILL: Iím sorry. Iím late for a meeting with the South Korean delegation, so I donít have anything to report now. We have a plenary in about an hour and a half. Iíll talk to you later this afternoon.

QUESTION: Do you think there will be a chairmanís statement at the end of the day?

A/S HILL: There will be a chairmanís statement. The Chinese are working on it right now.

QUESTION: Has there been a draft? Have you been presented with the draft?

A/S HILL: I personally havenít seen it, but I think various delegations have seen it. Iíve really got to run. Iíve got the South Korean delegation waiting, and itís very rude to be late, so Iíll see you.



Released on November 14, 2005

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