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Assistant Secretary Hill: Travel to China

Assistant Secretary for East Asia and Pacific Affairs Christopher R. Hill, June 23, 2008 in Beijing, China.
Six-Party Talks
Assistant Secretary Hill (July 12): "I must say, a lot of work was done. A lot of specifics were discussed. The meetings went pretty well. And we look forward to getting together very soon and continuing the process."

Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher R. Hill is back in Beijing, China for Six-Party meetings beginning July 8, 2008. There will be a heads of delegation meeting on July 10-11 as well as working group meetings of the denuclearization and the energy working groups. Assistant Secretary Hiil will also participate in bilateral consultations including meeting with the DPRK delegation. He wiil also be meeting with the ROK prior to the start of the heads of delegation meeting.

Remarks by Assistant Secretary Hill
--07/12/08 Afternoon Walk-Through at Six-Party Talks
--07/10/08 Evening Walk-Through at the Six-Party Talks
--07/10/08 Morning Walk-Through at Six-Party Talks
--07/09/08 Evening Walk-Through at the Six-Party Talks
--07/08/08 Evening Walk-Through at the Six-Party Talks


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