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Assistant Secretary Hill: Travel to Asia

Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher R. Hill remarks on North Korea’s nuclear declaration while in Hanoi, Vietnam
Korea’s Nuclear Declaration
Assistant Secretary Hill (Mar. 3):
"Rather talking about ramping up the pressure, I’d rather ramp up the effort to find the solution. We are hopeful that we can find a formula for moving forward but what we need from the North Koreans is the willingness to give us the complete, correct declaration."

Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher R. Hill traveled to Bangkok, Thailand on February 29, 2008. He met with the Prime Minister, Foreign Minister, and the ASEAN Secretary General, also gave a speech at one of the local universities there. He then went from Bangkok directly back to Beijing, China on Saturday, March the 1, having further discussions with Chinese officials on how to move the Six-Party process forward. He then went to Hanoi, Vietnam for meetings with government officials and returning on March 4.

Remarks by Assistant Secretary Hill
--03/03/08 Interview with VTV (Vietnam
--03/03/08 Press Roundtable in Hanoi, Vietnam
--03/02/08 Remarks Upon Arrival in China
--02/29/08 Remarks to the Press in Thailand
--02/29/08  Remarks at Chulalongkorn University 
--02/28/08 Remarks at Airport Departure From Beijing


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