America’s chief negotiator on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program arrived in Beijing Thursday, but said he had no plans to meet with DPRK leader Kim Jong-Il, who is widely believed to be visiting China. Assistant US Secretary of State Christopher Hill met with Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei and asserted that the US was ï¿½ready whenever the Chinese are ready to convene six-party talksï¿½. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan earlier urged the two Koreas, Japan, Russia and the US to re-start the talks. Meanwhile, it was reported that the North Korean leader may be headed for Guangzhou.
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