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China notes S. Korean frustration with Pyongyang policy

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A top Chinese envoy acknowledged Friday South Korea's "dissatisfaction" with China's policy towards North Korea, but asked for Seoul's understanding over Beijing's reluctance to punish Pyongyang. 

China Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun (L) speaks with South Korea president-elect Park Geun-Hye in Seoul January 10, 2013. Zhang on Friday suggested that China and South Korea should stand side by side in pushing Japan to face up to its aggressive militaristic past.

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun also suggested that China and South Korea should stand side by side in pushing Japan to face up to its aggressive militaristic past.

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