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Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi Met with DPRK Foreign Minister Pak Ui-chun
2012/07/11

On 11 July 2012, Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi met with DPRK Foreign Minister Pak Ui-chun on the sidelines of ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meetings.

Yang said that China-DPRK relations are in good shape and bilateral cooperation in various fields progressed smoothly. China highly values its traditional friendship with the DPRK and in the new era and under new circumstances, will work with the DPRK to steadily advance their bilateral ties in the principles of carrying on tradition, looking to the future, developing good-neighborly friendship and enhancing cooperation.

On the situation on the Korean Peninsula, Yang said that to ease the situation on the Peninsula serves the interests of all parties. China will strengthen communication and coordination with all parties and work together to maintain peace and stability on the Peninsula and create conditions for the resumption of the Six-Party Talks.

Pak Ui-chun said that the DPRK highly values its friendly and cooperative relations with China and the DPRK-China friendship is unbreakable. The DPRK side thanked China for giving valuable support and assistance to the DPRK in its economic and social development over the years and expressed readiness to reinforce friendship and cooperation in all fields and step up communication and coordination with China in regional and international affairs. The DPRK side expressed its confidence about still greater progress in the traditional friendship and cooperation between the DPRK and China driven by concerted efforts of both sides.

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