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Philip J. Crowley

Assistant Secretary

Daily Press Briefing

Washington, DC

May 7, 2010

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QUESTION: On North Korea, what’s your response to Kim Jong-il’s statement on the resumption of the Six-Party Talks? Do you see it as a positive sign? It’s being reported by the Chinese news agency.

 

MR. CROWLEY: Well, I don’t have a comment on – I haven’t seen specifically what he has said. I mean –

 

QUESTION: He said that he wants to cooperate in moving toward the resumption of the Six-Party Talks.

 

MR. CROWLEY: And I’m not sure exactly what cooperate towards moving for a resumption of the Six-Party process would mean. As we’ve said all along, we’ll be guided by North Korea’s actions. There are things that North Korea has to do, not say. And they have to meet their international obligations, cease provocative actions. That is what we’ll be looking for from North Korea.

 

QUESTION: But the statement by Kim Jong-il, isn’t that enough if – even if he says we are returning to the Six-Party Talks?

 

MR. CROWLEY: Well, again, what we want to see is North Korea live up to its commitments. We want to see North Korea cease provocative actions. That’s our focus.

 

QUESTION: (Inaudible) the head of the Communist Party of Japan is meeting with State Department officials for the first time today. Do you have – do you know what the purpose of this meeting is? Do you know what they are going to be discussing?

 

MR. CROWLEY: I’ll take that question. I don’t know.

 

QUESTION: On North Korea?

 

MR. CROWLEY: Yes.

 

QUESTION: Were you briefed by China about Kim Jong-il’s trip? South Korea said it has been briefed by China about Kim Jong-il’s trip. And what’s the case for the United States?

 

MR. CROWLEY: It’s my understanding that the Chinese Government has given the DCM a readout of the meeting.

 

QUESTION: Whose DCM? Yours?

 

MR. CROWLEY: Ours – our DCM in Beijing.

 

QUESTION: Can I follow up with that?

 

MR. CROWLEY: Sure.

 

QUESTION: Does that include North Korea’s position on Six-Party Talks, that DCM?

 

MR. CROWLEY: Well, I mean, we received a readout of the meeting. I can’t characterize what China provided to us, but I assume it would be both an indication of what China told North Korea and what North Korea told China.

 

 

 
 
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