A high-ranking North Korean official with long experience as his country's international nuclear negotiator held talks Wednesday with Chinese officials, Beijing's foreign ministry announced.
North Korean First Vice-Foreign Minister Kim Kye-Gwan (right) leaves Pyongyang airport for Beijing for the US-North Korea talks on February 21, 2012. Kim held talks with Chinese officials.
North Korean first vice foreign minister Kim Kye-Gwan and Chinese vice foreign minister Zhang Yesui co-chaired a "strategic dialogue" meeting between their ministries in the Chinese capital, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said.
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