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Media Note
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
November 3, 2005

Six-Party Talks Coverage

All members of the U.S. press wishing to receive a Chinese visa to cover events relating to the Six-Party Talks must send the following information to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing by 4:00 A.M., EDT, Friday (5:00 P.M. on Friday, Beijing local time), November 4, 2005, for submission to the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This applies to those arriving from other countries to cover the talks.

Please provide the following information:

  Passport Number
  Name of News Organization
  Place where planning to apply for visa
  Length of Stay
  List of equipment for customs clearance
  Date of arrival in Beijing and Flight Number

Please send the information to:

Via email c/o Gu Yu: GuYX@state.gov and
Xiong Yutong: XiongYX@state.gov
Via fax U.S. Embassy Beijing Press Section 86-10-6532-2951

Released on November 3, 2005

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