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China Calls for Continuation of Six-party Talks

All parties concerned should create necessary conditions for the renewal of the six-party talks on the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Zhang Qiyue said in Beijing Tuesday.

Zhang said the relevant parties had reached the consensus on peacefully resolving the nuclear issue through dialogue.

Zhang said China was glad that the United States had made positive gestures on solving the issue.

US Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Oct. 10 that the United States was considering a multilateral security assurance for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).

Zhang said China hoped the six parties would actively display their sincerity by pushing forward the talks process.

Zhang expressed the hope that the six parties would contribute to the resolution of the nuclear issue with dialogue and find a peaceful resolution.

She said China would continue to consult and play its due role in the process.

Vice-Foreign Minister Wang Yi discussed Asian issues, such as the Korean nuclear issue, with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Losyukov in Moscow on Oct. 13. The two sides agreed that the issue should be resolved peacefully and through dialogue. This was also the consensus reached at the previous six-party talks in Beijing.

Zhang said the parties should maintain this consensus, strive to narrow differences and continue to push forward the process of six-party talks.

(Xinhua News Agency October 15, 2003)

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