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Yang Jiechi
Cover Stories Series 2012> NPC & CPPCC Sessions Wrap-Up> Meeting the Press> Yang Jiechi
UPDATED: March 14, 2012 NO. 11 MARCH 15, 2012
Foreign Policy and External Relations

Korean Peninsula

It serves the common interests of all parties concerned and meets the aspiration of the international community to uphold peace and security on the Korean Peninsula, achieve the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the normalization of relations between relevant countries, and build a peace and security mechanism for Northeast Asia. The six-party talks have become an effective mechanism and important platform for discussing and resolving the above-mentioned issues.

As the chair of the six-party talks, China has stayed in close touch with other relevant parties. We have always encouraged dialogue in pursuit of a peaceful settlement of relevant issues and our work has achieved important results. We hope all the parties concerned will pool their wisdom, remove disturbances and work together to play a constructive role in advancing the six-party process and achieving the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and lasting peace and stability in Northeast Asia.

The Second Nuclear Security Summit will be held in Seoul later this month. During the summit, there will be discussions on enhancing the security of nuclear materials and nuclear facilities and guarding against nuclear terrorism. I believe with the joint efforts of all the participants, the summit will also set out new, concrete measures related to nuclear security. That can help further build up international consensus on nuclear security and inject new dynamism into related international efforts.

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