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Six parties exchange views in frank atmosphere


Chinese FM: Six parties exchange views in frank atmosphere

Delegates attending the Beijing six party talks on the Korean nuclear issue exchanged views in a frank atmosphere on Thursday Aug. 28, according to China's Foreign Ministry.

During Tuesday's talks, the six parties further clarified their stances and proposals expounded the previous day, and exchanged views in a frank atmosphere.

The parties reiterated that denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is the common goal of all sides, and the nuclear issue should be resolved peacefully through diplomatic means.

In addition, they stressed that relevant concerns related to the nuclear issue should also be handled seriously.

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