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Moscow and Seoul are ready to resume talks on the DPRK nuclear issue

The timeliness of the early resumption of the six-party talks on the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula (YAPKP) was confirmed during the talks in Moscow on Wednesday in Moscow by Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov and Special Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea on Peace and Security on the Korean Peninsula Hwang Jung Guk. This was reported in the Russian Foreign Ministry.

As noted in the Russian ministry, "the parties reaffirmed their common understanding that there is no alternative to the political and diplomatic settlement of the nuclear and other problems of the Korean Peninsula, and the need to start practical work to build an effective system for ensuring peace and security in Northeast Asia."

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