BEIJING (Reuters) –is in discussions with the United States and on how to bridge differences and restart talks on ending the North’s nuclear ambitions, a senior Chinese Foreign Ministry official said on Thursday.
(Korea News Service/Reuters)
Talks on disarming North Korea have been on hold since Pyongyang missed an end-2007 deadline to give a complete inventory of its nuclear arms program as agreed under a multilateral deal.
“China has raised all kinds of means with both the American and the North Korean sides,” Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei told reporters on the sidelines of China’s annual parliament session.
“We are still discussing these means.”