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Assistant Secretary Hill: Travel to Japan, South Korea and China

Assistant Secretary Hill speaks to reporters after meeting with his Japanese counterpart, Kenichiro Sasae at Japan's foreign ministry in Tokyo Monday, April 9, 2007. [ AP Images]
Six-Party Talks
Assistant Secretary Hill (Apr. 15):
"I want to be very clear that we worked hard to support the Macau decision to unblock the accounts, accounts that had been administratively blocked for some months. We worked hard to ensure that that’s happened. ... think it’s time for the North Koreans to take some measures on their own. Clearly, if we’re going to get through this denuclearization process, there are many steps. And deadlines are important to achieving our goals and to do it in a timely way."  

Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill traveled in Asia and included stops in Tokyo, Japan on March 9-10, Seoul, South Korea on March 10-11 and Beijing, China on March 12-13. The purpose was to continue our consultations with our key partners and how to move the Six-Party process forward.

Remarks by Assistant Secretary Hill
--04/15/07  Departure Walkthrough With Reporters at Six-Party Talks
--04/15/07  Morning Walkthrough With Reporters at Six-Party Talks
--04/14/07  Evening Walkthrough With Reporters at Six-Party Talks
--04/14/07  Morning Walkthrough With Reporters at Six-Party Talks
--04/13/07  Remarks After Arrival at Beijing Capital International Airport
--04/13/07  Remarks During Evening Walk-through With Journalists
--04/11/07  Remarks After Meeting Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Song Min-soon
--04/11/07  Remarks After Meeting With Minister of Unification Lee Jae-joung
--04/10/07  Remarks After Discussions on the Six-Party Process
--04/10/07  Remarks at Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
--04/10/07  Remarks Prior to Meeting With South Korean Officials
--04/09/07 Press Availability With Director-General Kenichiro Sasae
--04/09/07 Comments Departing Okura Hotel
--04/09/07 Comments to Reporters upon Arrival at Narita Airport

Press Releases
--04/14/07  North Korea's 60-Day Assessment
--04/14/07  On-Background Conference Call on North Korea's 60-Day Assessment
--04/10/07  Statement on North Korean-Related Funds Frozen at Banco Delta Asia


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