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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Visits Seoul
Wang Pays Visit to S. Korean President Park Geun-Hye
Chinese Foreign minister Wang Yi (王毅)

Chinese Foreign minister Wang Yi (王毅) met with his counterpart Yun Byung-Se and paid a visit to South Korean President Park Geun-Hye at the presidential Blue House of Cheongwadae in Seoul on the first day of his two-day visit to South Korea on May 26, 2014.

His visit to South Korea was his first after he took up the post in March 2013.

During his official visit to the nation Wang discussed with Yun on details about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to South Korea slated for the next month.

“My visit is aimed to discussing the beautiful blueprint for mutual cooperation by visiting our close friend,” Wang said at his talks with South Korean foreign minister. “We want to select South Korea as even closer cooperative partner as the international political situation changes rapidly”

A source of South Korea’s foreign ministry was quoted by local media as saying “There was a discussion between the two foreign ministers on the importance of cooperation between China and South Korea in Northeast Asia.”

“I wish to open a new Korean Peninsula and a new Northeast Asia by developing the mutual relations even further,” President Park told the Chinese foreign minister at Cheongwadae. “Chinese President Xi’s visit will be a good opportunity to substantiate the strategic cooperative partnership”

The two foreign ministers agreed to their common stance against North Korea’s further nuclear test.

But the two ministers needed additional consultation to discuss the conditions for opening the six-party talks on the North Korean nuclear issues.

During the talks with the Chinese foreign minister President Park urged for North Korea’s sincerity for its inter-Korean dialogue.

“North Korean should stop the threat of nuclear test when it is serious about the dialogue,” President Park said. “It should show its sincerity”






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