BEIJING – A Chinese government-backed think tank will host a forum with officials from the six countries involved in stalled talks on North Korea’s banned nuclear weapons program, the Foreign Ministry said Monday, in China’s latest push to resume discussions.
Numerous efforts to restart the six-party talks have failed after negotiations collapsed following the last round in 2008. At the time, North Korea declared the deal void, after refusing inspections to verify compliance.
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