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Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Briefs the Press

Wang Yi, Chinese vice foreign minister and head of the Chinese delegation to the six-party talks, holds a press conference Saturday at Diaoyutai Grand Hotel in Beijing after the closing of the second round of the six-party talks.
Six-Party Talks End, US Saying 'Successful'

Six-party talks on DPRK's nuclear program ended on Saturday in Beijing, with all participants promising to push ahead with diplomatic efforts. The host, China, said that a third round of talks will begin no later than the end of June.
The second round of six-party talks on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue concluded Feb. 28, 2004 in Beijing. Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing addressed the closing ceremony.
Latest News
China's Position
· Chinese Vice FM Follows up Six-Party Talks
· Talks Fruitful, More Efforts Needed
· Six-Party Talks to Resume in June
· DPRK Raps US Stand in Six-Party Talks
· Six-Party Talks Very Successful: ROK Top Delegate
· Japanese Official: Six-Party Talks 'Positive'
· Losiukov: Russia to Actively Join Working Group on Nuclear Issue
· US Delegation Leaves Beijing
· Wang Yi Clarifies Concept of 'Nnuclear-Free Korean Peninsular'
· Chinese Official on DPRK, US Positions on Six-Party Talks
International Response
· US Says Beijing Six-Party Talks 'Positive'
· Roh Moo-hyun Hopes for Peaceful Solution of Nuclear Issue
· Change of DPRK Delegation Head Attracts Int'l Attention
· Li Zhaoxing Addresses the Closing Ceremony
· China Calls for Sincerity for Progress at Six-party Talks
· China Proposes Korean Peninsula Have No Nuclear Weapon
· Chinese Diplomat Says Multilateral Document Hopeful
· Gap Narrowed, Common Ground Growing: Chinese Delegate
· Six-Party Talks Enter Pivotal Phase in Day Two
· China Delegation Member: DPRK Proposes 'Complete Stopping of Nuclear Programs'
· DPRK's Proposal to Abolish Nuclear Program Welcomed
· DPRK Proposes to Stop Nuclear Activities, Chinese FM
· Senior Chinese Official: Six-Party Talks in Key Phase
· 1st Round of Korean Nuclear Talks
· Chronology of Key Events in Nuke Issue on Korean Peninsula
· Diaoyutai State Guesthouse: Venue for Six-Party Talks
· DPRK Nuclear Facilities
· Second Round Six-Party Talks to Begin in Beijing on Feb. 25
· Expert Analysis on the Second Round of Six-Party Talks
· Chinese Foreign Ministry
· Chinese Embassy in Japan
· Chinese Embassy in the Republic of Korea
· Chinese Embassy in the United States
· Chinese Embassy in Russia
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