Six-Party Talks Breakthrough

The fourth round of six-party talks on the Korean nuclear issue concludes in Beijing on September 19, 2005 with the adoption of a joint statement on the principles for a peaceful and verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. The joint statement is the "most significant achievement for the past two years or more," China's chief negotiator Wu Dawei, also vice foreign minister, said at the closing ceremony.

· Current Phase of Six-Party Talks Concludes
· Six Parties Will Strive for a Chairman's Statement
· Wu Calls for Constructive Efforts in Six-party Talks
· Joint Statement Marks New Era for Korean Nuclear Talks
· China Calls for Continuous Efforts in Resolving Korean Nuclear Issue
· Russia Hails Breakthrough at Six-party Talks
· Joint Statement Offers Ray of Hope for World
· S. Korean Chief Negotiator: China's Role 'Outstanding'
· Int'l Community Hails Nuclear Talks Breakthrough
· Hill Praises Joint Statement as 'Good Agreement'
· State Councilor Hails Joint Statement as 'Balanced, Win-Win' Document
· Six-Party Talks Conclude with Joint Statement Adopted
· 4th Round of Six-Party Talks Ends
· 4th Round of Korean Nuclear Talks
· 5th Round of Korean Nuclear Talks

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