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MOSCOW, June 7./TASS/. Moscow and Beijing believe it is necessary to continue coordinated effort to see the situation on the Korean peninsula remain within political-diplomatic framework, the Russian Foreign Ministry reports after Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov met with China’s Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Affairs Wu Dawei in Beijing on Tuesday.
"During an exchange of opinions, both sides stated a need to continue coordinated effort to retain the situation on the Korean peninsula in the political-diplomatic framework as well as to search for ways to unblock six-way talks on the settlement of the Korean peninsula’s nuclear problem," the ministry said.
A third round of the Russian-Chinese dialog on security in Northeast Asia is currently under way in Beijing.
The Russian delegation is led by Igor Morgulov, while the Chinese - by foreign minister’s assistant, Kung Xuanyou. The first round of the dialog was held in Shanghai in April 2015, while the second one took place in Moscow in February 2016.