U.S., S. Korean "six-party" envoys to accommodate on Sept. 13 in Seoul

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11:24 6 Sep 2016

SEOUL, Sept. 6, Kyodo

The U.S. and South Korean conduct representatives to a long-stalled six-party talks on North Korea are scheduled to accommodate on Sept. 13 in Seoul, South Korea’s Foreign Ministry pronounced on Tuesday.

News of a talks between Sung Kim, U.S. special deputy for North Korea policy, and Kim Hong Kyun, South Korea’s special deputy for Korean Peninsula assent and confidence affairs, come after a dual envoys had a write review on Monday, a method said.

During their discussion, that was organised in response to North Korea’s launch of 3 ballistic missiles into a Sea of Japan progressing that day, a dual officials concluded to continue tighten conference on responses during a U.N. Security Council and also other measures.

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