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N. Korea to abandon nuke weapon efforts
Updated: 2005-09-19 16:04

Full text of 6-party talks joint statement

The following is the full text of the joint statement adopted at the fourth round of six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear programs on Monday.

N. Korea to abandon nuke weapon efforts
Diplomats attend talks at the Diaoyutai State Guest House in Beijing September 19, 2005. [Reuters]
The Fourth Round of the Six-Party Talks was held in Beijing, China, among the People's Republic of China, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United States of America from July 26 to August 7, and from September 13 to 19, 2005.

Mr. Wu Dawei, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PRC; Mr. Kim Gye Gwan, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK; Mr. Kenichiro Sasae, Director-General for Asian and Oceanian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan; Mr. Song Min-soon, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the ROK; Mr. Alexandr Alekseyev, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation; and Mr. Christopher Hill, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs of the United States attended the talks as heads of their respective delegations.

Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei chaired the talks.

For the cause of peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia at large, the six parties held, in a spirit of mutual respect and equality, serious and practical talks concerning the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula on the basis of the common understanding of the previous three rounds of talks, and agreed, in this context, to the following:

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