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Taken Questions
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
February 3, 2003
Question Taken at Daily Briefing of Feb. 3, 2003

South Korea: Envoy's Visit (Taken Question)

Question: With whom in Washington will Chyung Dae-chul meet? What's on the agenda?

Answer: Chyung Dae-chul, South Korean President-Elect Roh Moo-hyun's Special Envoy, is in Washington today through February 5.

He will meet with Secretary Powell tomorrow to discuss many issues, including the U.S.-South Korean alliance, incoming President Roh's agenda, and North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

He had breakfast today with Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs James Kelly and met later with Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld. During his visit he will also meet with officials at the White House and Congressional leaders.

Released on February 3, 2003

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