Report: Chinese nuclear envoy in North Korea

Report: Chinese nuclear envoy in North Korea

SEOUL, March 17 (UPI) -- The top Chinese negotiator on North Korea's nuclear program was in Pyongyang Monday, a day after North Korea fired 25 missiles toward the East Sea.

China works to restart North Korean diplomacy

BEIJING, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Beijing said Tuesday its chief North Korean delegate was in Pyongyang to discuss a possible return to the multilateral nuclear negotiating table.
China works to reopen six-party talks

China works to reopen six-party talks

BEIJING, Oct. 30 (UPI) -- China, which wants to restart the North Korean denuclearization effort, Wednesday hosted a senior North Korean official for talks, a source told Yonhap News.

U.S., China envoys meet over denuclearization of North Korea

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- The U.S. special envoy on North Korea met with China's chief nuclear envoy Wednesday to discuss the possibility of resuming nuclear talks, officials said.

China mulls nuclear diplomacy with N. Korea

BEIJING, Sept. 5 (UPI) -- It will be hard for China to restart six-party negotiations over North Korea's nuclear program without support from its diplomatic partners, an official said.

North Korea seeking four-party nuclear talks

BEIJING, Aug. 27 (UPI) -- A meeting between China's chief nuclear negotiator and North Korea's vice foreign minister is fueling speculation about resuming nuclear talks, observers said.

So. Korean negotiator arrives in Beijing to discuss No. Korea

BEIJING, June 21 (UPI) -- South Korea's chief negotiator on North Korea's nuclear program held talks in Beijing with his Chinese counterpart Friday.

China, South Korea to review regional security

SEOUL, May 1 (UPI) -- South Korean and Chinese diplomats are to address the security situation on the Korean Peninsula during talks in Beijing, a South Korean official said.
Six-party talks seek verifying mechanism

Six-party talks seek verifying mechanism

BEIJING, July 11 (UPI) -- Negotiators meeting in Beijing on North Korea's denuclearization Friday focused on a mechanism to verify the North's disclosure of its nuclear programs.

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Beijing talks on North Korea nuke issue on

BEIJING, May 28 (UPI) -- Diplomatic efforts were under way in Beijing to restart talks aimed at getting North Korea to be transparent about its nuclear program.

Hill: North Korea on schedule

PYONGYANG , North Korea, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- Top U.S. nuclear negotiator Christopher Hill expressed satisfaction Wednesday in Pyongyang with his just-concluded talks with North Korean officials.

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Flexibility sought on N. Korea funds

BEIJING, April 5 (UPI) -- China Thursday asked all countries involved in the talks on North Korea's nuclear program to show more flexibility over release of funds for the north.

North Korea, China delegates meet

BEIJING, March 10 (UPI) -- North Korea's chief nuclear envoy Saturday said the United States has promised to lift its financial sanctions against his country. "The North is keeping a close eye on the promise,'' Kim Kye-gwan told reporters at Beijing's Shoudu Airport as he headed ho
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Wu Dawei (born Heilongjiang, 1946) is the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China.

Wu's career has largely taken him back and forth between China and Japan. His first assignment with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) was as an attaché to the Chinese embassy in Japan, lasting from 1973 to 1979. He returned to China in 1979 to take a position in the MOFA's Department of Asian Affairs, and in 1980 was promoted to deputy office director of the General Office. He went to Japan again in 1985 to serve as second secretary and later first secretary in the Chinese embassy; after coming back to China in 1989, he continued to work his way up through the ranks of the Department of Asian Affairs. In 1994, he was posted back to Japan as minister counselor.

Wu's first ambassadorial-level assignment was to South Korea, lasting from September 1998 to July 2001. Controversies which arose during his tenure there include his 1999 remarks in which he condemned South Korean and non-governmental organisation involvement with the issue of North Korean refugees in northeast China, deriding it as "neo-interventionism", and claimed that the safety of refugees repatriated to North Korea had been guaranteed. His comments spurred South Korean human rights activists to hold protests at the Chinese embassy in Seoul and circulate a petition urging the United Nations to grant refugee status to North Koreans in China.

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