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US ‘committed’ to N Korea talks

September 30, 2018
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US President George W Bush says he is committed to reviving talks with North Korea over its nuclear programme. (BBC News — 16 September, 2006)
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U.S. President George W. Bush and South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun have reaffirmed their desire to draw North Korea back into talks about its nuclear weapons program, playing down their differences over exactly how to deal with Pyongyang. (CNN — 16 September, 2006)
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The United States and South Korea have recommitted themselves to the six-party talks aimed at defusing the North Korean nuclear stand-off US President George W Bush and his South Korean counterpart (ABC News — 15 September, 2006)
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President Bush and South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun agreed yesterday to work together to restart stalled six-party nuclear talks with North Korea, but they skated over their deep differences in how to deal with the isolated Stalinist government in Pyongyang. (Washington Post — 34 minutes ago)
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But a meeting between the American and South Korean presidents apparently produced little else. (International Herald Tribune — 15 September, 2006)
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Australia and Japan imposed new financial sanctions on North Korea on , as the United States dismissed appeals from China and South Korea for a softer approach. (International Herald Tribune — 8 hours ago)
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President Bush pressed the leaders of China and Russia yesterday to join the United States in sending a tough message to North Korea for this week’s missile launches, and said the world needs to speak with “one voice” to force the communist nation to adhere to international rules. (Washington Post — 31 minutes ago)
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TOKYO, July 14 — South Korea on Thursday suspended humanitarian aid to North Korea until it agrees to return to international nuclear disarmament talks. The action infuriated visiting North Korean officials, who immediately cut off high-level talks in South Korea and stormed back home. (Washington Post — 31 minutes ago)
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Australia and Japan on Tuesday imposed financial sanctions on 11 North Korean companies, a Swiss company and a Switzerland-based businessman accused of helping bankroll North Korea’s weapons programs. (International Herald Tribune — 13 hours ago)
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The effort is meant to pressure the North over its long-range missile tests and weapons program. (International Herald Tribune — 11 hours ago)
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A senior U.S. official warned North Korea yesterday that it would be “profoundly unwise” to carry out reported plans to launch a long-range missile. (Washington Post — 30 minutes ago)
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