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MOSCOW, July 2 (Itar-Tass) - The resumption of six-way talks and the Korean peninsula’s nuclear problem will be in the centre of a meeting between Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov and his North Korean counterpart Kim Ge Gvan scheduled for July 4.
"The nuclear problem of the Korean peninsula and the resumption of six-way talks will be the main themes,” Morgulov told journalists. He emphasized that Russia regarded the six-way talks to be the only right format for the solution of the Korean peninsula’s nuclear problem.
North Korean Deputy Foreign Minister Kim Ge Gvan will visit Moscow on July 3-6 to discuss prospects of resumption of the six-way talks, a diplomatic source told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
"The first deputy foreign minister of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is arriving tomorrow,” the source said.
The North Korean diplomat will hold a series of meetings at the Russian Foreign Ministry on July 4, including Russian deputy foreign ministers Igor Morgulov and Vladimir Titov.
During his recent visit to China, Kim Ge Gvan confirmed Pyongyang’s intention to settle the nuclear problem through dialogue.