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Russia: Six-Party Talks to End with Two-page Joint Statement
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Russian representative Alexander Losyukov said Saturday that the six-party talks on Korean nuclear issue will end with a two-page joint statement.


The envoys of the six countries will continue to discuss a draft document on the initial steps implementing a 2005 joint statement, Losyukov told reporters when he was leaving his hotel.


China is expected to work out a revised proposal based on the draft after Friday's consultations.


The revisions will cover the issues on how working groups operate, and how to provide aid to North Korea, if consensus can be reached, Losyukov said.


"North Korea is highly concerned about the wording of the joint statement," said Losyukov.


All parties do not disagree on establishing working groups, he added.


(Xinhua News Agency February 10, 2007)

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