CHICAGO – Foreign Minister Koichiro Genba said he and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton have agreed to take “stern” steps if North Korea goes ahead with further provocations, such as a nuclear weapons test.
During bilateral talks Monday on the sidelines of a NATO summit in Chicago, Genba and Clinton also agreed on the need to urge China to exert its influence on Pyongyang, Genba told reporters.
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