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Chun: N Korean Funds Issue Not Resolved Yet
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Top South Korean negotiator Chun Yung-woo said Thursday morning he is going to meet other five chief negotiators to discuss the resolving of North Korea's frozen funds issue.


Chun told reporters when leaving hotel that he was going to the Diaoyutai Guesthouse to attend a chief negotiators' meeting. "The six parties have the political willingness to resolve the frozen funds issue, but the technical problems with the issue have not been resolved yet," said Chun.


He said only after the top negotiators meeting can we know how the issue will be resolved.


The sixth round of six-party talks scheduled to end on Wednesday are extended to Thursday due to the unresolved technical problems with the releasing of North Korea's US$25-million funds frozen in a Macao-based bank.


(Xinhua News Agency March 22, 2007)


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