The second day of the ongoing six-party talks will discuss the declaration and disablement of nuclear programs of North Korea, top negotiator of South Korea Chun Yung-woo said in Beijing on Friday.
"The result of today's discussion will influence the direction of six-party talks," Chun said before leaving the hotel.
Chun said it is normal to have differences among the positions of all sides and the talks is to narrow these differences.
"We all have the political will to reach an agreement, and the differences are not unconquerable," he said.
The most important difference is the level of which could be reached in the declaration and disablement of the nuclear programs, which will decide whether we could reach the goal of denuclearization in the most time-saving and the simplest way, Chun said.
(Xinhua News Agency September 28, 2007)