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News: Six-Party Nuclear Talks

News from Korean media sourcesNorth Korea Proposes to Resume Six-Party Nuclear Talks in the Week Beginning September 12th It looks like talks on North Korea's nuclear standoff will be put off for another two weeks or so.
The negotiations were supposed to resume this week, but North Korea announced today that it could not return to the dialogue table, when the U.S. was being so hostile.
Now this latest round of six-country talks went into a three-week recess earlier this month after 13 days of negotiations. Lee Jung-hwa has the latest.

Pyeongyang has announced that it's ready to return to the six-party talks, aimed at dismantling its nuclear program.
North Korea's foreign ministry spokesman said in an interview with the state-run Korean Central News Agency that Pyeongyang proposes resuming the negotiations the week beginning September 12th.
The spokesman explained they could not pick up the talks this week as arranged earlier, because Washington proceeded with its "war exercises" as soon as the talks recessed in early August.
He said the U.S. made it impossible to resume the talks this week, because it held military drills with South Korea and appointed a special envoy to the communist country's human rights issues. He said Washington damaged the momentum for talks, which also involves China, Japan, South Korea and Russia, by insulting and betraying the trust of their dialogue partner.
The spokeman said Pyeongyang officials can only sit down with their U.S. counterparts when "the dusts of a war exercise have settled somewhat,Ħħ and that time is mid-September. The spokesman added this is the most generosity they can show under the current cir*****stances.

Lee Jung-hwa, Arirang News.


 
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