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March 8, 2005
Question Taken at March 8, 2005 Daily Press Briefing

China/Korea -- Visit of Ning Fukui (Taken Question)

Question:   When is Chinese envoy Ning Fukui arriving in the U.S.? What is the purpose of his visit and which U.S. officials will he be meeting with?

Answer:   Chinese Special Envoy for North Korea Ambassador Ning Fukui will visit Washington this Thursday and Friday, March 10 - 11. He will hold discussions with a number of senior officials at the State Department, including Amb. Christopher Hill, head of the U.S. delegation for the Six-Party Talks, and U.S. Special Envoy for North Korea Joseph Detrani. He will also see officials at the National Security Council. The purpose of Ning’s visit is to consult on how to convene the next round of Six Party Talks.

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