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US Makes New Pitch for DPRK Talks

The United States has no intention of invading Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and would deal with security guarantees in an appropriate way if DPRK government would return to the six-party talks.

State Department Spokesman Richard Boucher says the United States continues to believe the right place for DPRK to seek to address its concerns is through the six-party talks.

He said on Monday that DPRK still has not responded to the proposals the United States offered in June last year.

In February, DPRK announced for the first time that it has nuclear weapons and has no interest in further talks.

Three rounds of the six-party talks have been held to try to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.

(CRI.com April 12, 2005)


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