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Six-Party Delegates Discuss Northeast Asian Security

Chief delegates to six-party working group talks discussed a new security mechanism in Northeast Asia on Friday. Attending the discussions were South Korea’s envoy for North Korean nuclear issues Lim Sung-nam and Assistant U.S. Secretary of State Christopher Hill together with delegates from North Korea, China, Japan and Russia also took part. South Korean officials said the purpose of the meeting is to find a common denominator on regional security issues and challenges the parties to the nuclear talks face. Lim said Seoul proposed joint maritime search and rescue training as a cooperation project, but added no in-depth discussions took place at the talks. A working group meeting on denuclearization will open Saturday. Full Story

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