Xinhuanet Beijing, February 14 (Reporter Yang Yijun, Cui Wenyi) Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with US Secretary of State Kerry on the 14th and exchanged views on the situation on the Korean Peninsula. Wang Yi elaborated on China’s position.
Wang Yi emphasized that China is a close neighbor of the Korean Peninsula and has major interests and concerns on the Korean Peninsula. China’s position is consistent and clear. It is to promote the denuclearization of the peninsula, maintain peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula, and adhere to peaceful settlement of issues through dialogue and negotiations. We will never allow the peninsula to make a mess. The attitude of the Chinese side is serious and serious. We not only say this, but also do so. It is imperative to seize the opportunity to resume dialogue as soon as possible. It is hoped that all parties concerned will look at the overall situation, be cautious, show flexibility, do more things that are conducive to the easing of the situation, and take practical steps to create favorable conditions for resuming the Six-Party Talks. Reintegrate the DPRK nuclear issue into a sustainable, irreversible and effective dialogue-solving track. China is willing to work together with all parties concerned, including the US, to continue to play a constructive role in maintaining regional peace and stability.
Responsible Editor: Zhang Yang