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China, SK seek end to war

2018-08-07 11:47:51       source:Global Times

August 6, 2018

Top negotiators on Korean Peninsula nuclear issues from China and South Korea held talks in Beijing on Monday, with analysts saying that both sides are working on a possible formal declaration on the end to the Korean War and solutions to the deadlock on denuclearization of the peninsula.

China's Vice Foreign Minister Kong Xunayou, who is also the special representative of the Chinese government on Korean Peninsula affairs, met with his South Korean counterpart Lee Do-hoon on Monday in Beijing as part of efforts by Seoul and Beijing to boost strategic communication on peninsula affairs, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported on Monday.

"[I] discussed with Vice Minister Kong Xuanyou how things are progressing as to the envisioned declaration of an end to the war, and Vice Minister Kong also shared what he discussed with the North during his recent visit to Pyongyang," Lee told Yonhap at a Beijing airport after the talks on Monday.

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