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China determined to drive forward 'Six-Party Talks'

March 7, 2012 - Beijing

China has asked pertinent parties to put together astuteness, and make joint efforts for an early recommencement of the Six-Party Talks, intended at appropriately solving the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula.

The Chinese envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Cheng Jingye said during quarterly IAEA board meeting on Tuesday that China has always held that the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula issue should be solved through dialogue, negotiation and other peaceful means, The China Daily reports.

Cheng said practice has proved that the Six-Party Talks was a well-organized mechanism to promote the denuclearization of the Peninsula as well as preserve peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula and the region of Northeast Asia, which is also an important platform to improve the relations among relevant parties.

He said that relevant parties have made continuous efforts to promote the restart of the Six-Party Talks since last board meeting in November 2011.

China also hopes to see an accord met by the two parties can be effectively implemented as soon as possible and will create an environment favorable to the restart of the Six-Party Talks, he added.


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