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22 September 2017 - 09:53
News ID: 2523
Publish Date: 11:49 - 29 October 2013
North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Hyong Jun arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for talks with Chinese officials on ways to reopen the six-party talks on ending North Korea's nuclear weapons program, Yonhap News Agency reported from Beijing on Tuesday, citing a diplomatic source.
Kim's visit to the Chinese capital came a day after China's chief nuclear envoy, Wu Dawei, made a rare trip to Washington for meetings with U.S. officials, including his counterpart Glyn Davies.
     
The source said Kim is expected to discuss nuclear issues with Chinese officials.
     
The six-party talks, involving the two Koreas, the host China, the United States, Japan and Russia, have been suspended since late 2008.

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