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China, EU, Canada Discuss N. Korea's Nuclear Test
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Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing late on Tuesday held separate telephone talks with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana and Canadian Foreign Minister Peter MacKay on the nuclear test by North Korea. 


During the talks, Li reaffirmed the stance of the Chinese government on North Korea 's nuclear test.


Solana expressed his support for the statement issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday, saying that the EU was willing to coordinate with the Chinese side, in a bid to move the situation toward taking a turn for the better.


Appreciating China's stance on the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula, MacKay expressed hope that all parties concerned should return to talks as soon as possible.


Li also exchanged views with the top EU and Canadian diplomats on the Iranian nuclear issue.


(Xinhua News Agency October 11, 2006)

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