Russian diplomats Thursday praised five hours of talks with a high-ranking North Korean official held in a bid to revive the stalled six-party nuclear negotiations after months of tensions.
North Korea's nuclear negotiator Kim Kye-Gwan talks to the reporters in Singapore, on December 5, 2008. Russian diplomats have praised five hours of talks with the high-ranking North Korean official in a bid to revive the stalled six-party nuclear negotiations.
North Korea's first vice foreign minister Kim Kye-Gwan met in Moscow with first deputy foreign minister Vladimir Titov and deputy foreign minister Igor Morgulov.
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