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Assistant Secretary Hill: Travel to Asia

Assistant Secretary for East Asia and Pacific Affairs Christopher R. Hill, June 23, 2008 in Beijing, China.
Six-Party Process
Assistant Secretary Hill (June 24):
"... What I’ve said before is, in concluding phase two we’ve had a lot of bilateral meetings, and we think now is the time to really reinforce the Six Parties. And so we’ve been talking to the Chinese side about scheduling the next Six-Party meeting and hopefully getting moving on the next phase, phase three." Full Text | View Video
Assistant Secretary for East Asia and Pacific Affairs Christopher R. Hill traveled to Asia leaving June 18 for consultations on how to move the Six-Party talks forward. He arrived in Tokyo on June 19, and had bilateral and trilateral discussions with his Japanese and South Korean Six-Party counterparts. He then went to Beijing on June 20 for discussions with the Chinese.

Remarks by Assistant Secretary Hill
--06/25/08 Comments to Reporters Upon Arrival in Osaka, Japan
--06/24/08 Evening Walk-Through at Six-Party Talks
--06/24/08 Morning Walk-Through at Six-Party Talks
--06/23/08 Evening Walk-Through at Six-Party Talks
--06/20/08 Evening Walk-Through Remarks at Six-Party Talks
--06/20/08 Remarks Upon Departure From Japan
--06/20/08 Remarks to Media on Six-Party Talks;
--06/19/08 Trilateral Press Availability With Director General Akitaka Saiki and Chief Nuclear Negotiator Kim Sook
--06/19/08 Bilateral Press Availability With Director General Akitaka Saiki
--06/19/08 Remarks to Media Upon Arrival in Japan


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