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US and Japan urge N Korea talks

September 30, 2018
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The US and Japan express deep concern over North Korea’s nuclear weapons and urge it to return to talks. (BBC News — 20 February, 2005)
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The United States and Japan voiced “deep concern” over North Korea’s withdrawal from multilateral negotiations on its nuclear weapons program. (New York Times — 20 February, 2005)
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North Korea has accused Japan of aspiring to rule a “Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere” beginning with an invasion of Korea with the assistance of the United States. (CNN — 21 February, 2005)
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North Korea is not ready to return to six-party nuclear disarmament talks and no longer wants a direct meeting with the United States, an unnamed North Korean spokesman has told China’s official news agency. (CNN — 20 February, 2005)
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Expressing deep concern about North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, senior U.S. and Japanese officials pressed the communist nation to soon resume international talks aimed at halting its arms development. (Washington Post — 20 February, 2005)
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China’s official news agency cited an unnamed North Korean official as saying Saturday that Pyongyang is not ready to return to six-party nuclear disarmament negotiations and does not want a bilateral meeting with the United States. (MSNBC — 20 February, 2005)
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Il says he is ready to resume six-party talks on his country’s nuclear weapons program if the United States shows sincerity and if certain conditions are met. (CNN — 22 February, 2005)
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Kim Jong-il says North Korea may rejoin negotiations on its nuclear ambitions, the official KCNA news agency reports. (BBC News — 23 February, 2005)
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China issued a stiff protest Sunday over an updated U.S.-Japanese strategic agreement, saying its reference to Taiwan violates China’s national sovereignty and its criticism of China’s military buildup is “untenable.” (Washington Post — 21 February, 2005)
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Kim Jong Il has told a Chinese envoy that he would be willing to resume diplomatic negotiations when “conditions are ripe.” (New York Times — 23 February, 2005)
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North Korea would resume talks on dismantling its nuclear weapons if the conditions were right and the US was sincere, Kim Jong-Il said in a rare public statement yesterday. (The Australian — 23 February, 2005)
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A leading Chinese official is travelling to North Korea where he is expected to urge Pyongyang to return to six-nation talks on dismantling its nuclear programs The visit by the head of the Chines (ABC News — 19 February, 2005)
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What’s in a phrase? Everything, in the craft of diplomacy. This is the story of three little words — “no hostile intent” — and the fierce tussle within the Bush administration over them as officials tried to develop a policy to confront North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. (MSNBC — 23 February, 2005)
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China’S chances of curbing the latest crisis of North Korean nuclear brinkmanship might be clarified this week by whether or not its top envoy meets the regime’s isolated leader Kim Jong-il. (The Australian — 21 February, 2005)
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