All parties will discuss the draft joint document during
Sunday's chief negotiators' meeting and they will do their utmost
to reach an agreement, Japan's head delegate to the six-party talks
Kenichiro Sasae said in Beijing on Sunday.
Sasae said all countries have their own concerns, but to solve
the issues that should be solved is good for them.
"Of course all sides could not agree on every detail," he said,
"but trying to reach consensus is our job and it's important to
keep the efforts to this end."
He said he hoped the final joint document could reflect to the
largest extent the opinions of all parties.
(Xinhua News Agency September 30, 2007)