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Six Parties Will Strive for a Chairman's Statement

Japanese chief delegate to the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue said in Beijing Friday morning the six parties will strive for the adoption of a chairman's statement.

The Japanese chief negotiator, Kenichiro Sasae, said all the parties will make their utmost efforts and a good result may be achieved, though differences remain.

Sasae proposed on Wednesday the establishment of working groups to implement the joint agreement the six parties reached in September, the first of its kind since the talks were launched in 2003.

The two working groups are expected to be responsible for the dismantlement and inspection of the nuclear program of North Korea, and economic and energy aid to it, respectively, according to a press release from Japanese embassy in China.

Sasae also suggested on Wednesday the dialogue on bilateral ties and regional security be a third track, the release said. Japan will work with the countries concerned to draw up a roadmap on the third track.

The six-party talks, also involving China, the United States, South Korea and Russia, have undergone four rounds since 2003. The current fifth round started on Wednesday as scheduled.

(Xinhua News Agency November 11, 2005)


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