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Parties target nuke-free peninsula
By Qin Jize (China Daily)
Updated: 2005-07-28 05:51

All parties expressed determination to realize denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula on the second day of the Six-Party Talks yesterday.

A three-hour full session and several bilateral discussions were held yesterday.

The Republic of Korea (ROK) proposed a joint statement, under which the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) would commit to giving up its nuclear programme, while in return other countries would pledge to normalize relations with Pyongyang by offering security guarantees and economic assistance, the ROK media reported.

The joint statement could be signed based on the principle of "words for words" and "actions for actions," the ROK delegation said.

It also pledged to offer continuous and sustainable electricity aid to Pyongyang if the latter decides to abandon its nuclear programme.

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