We discussed a variety of issues including the North's nuclear disablement2 Koreas' envoys begin bilateral talks Nov 03, 2007
Denuclearization will continue if we reach (an) agreement on the steps we have achieved so farN.Korea denies Syria nuke link Sep 25, 2007
We can participate in the talks at any time with a dignified status, as we have taken all the defensive measures to counter sanctions and pressure through the nuclear testN. Korea nuclear talks possible next month Nov 28, 2006
It is not a bad thing (for the resumption of the talks) to be delayed. During this period (North Korea) can build up its deterrentsN.Korea: We'll build up 'deterrents' Apr 13, 2006
Kim Gye Gwan (b. July 6, 1943 in North Pyongan) is a North Korean diplomat. His official position is First Vice Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to which he was promoted (from just Vice Minister) immediately before the Korean Workers' Party Congress of 28 September 2010. He is the leading figure in international talks over the country's nuclear weapons program, including the six-party talks in Beijing.
North Korea agreed 2007-02-13, with the help of Kim Kye Gwan, to disarm their nuclear program. This includes shutting down its nuclear reactor and eventually dismantling its atomic weapons program, just four months after the communist state shocked the world by testing a nuclear bomb. Kim Kye Gwan is North Korea's leading spokesperson and head negotiator in matters concerning the North's nuclear ambitions, and will most likely enter the limelight for his role in facilitating North Koreas Nuclear Disarmament deal struck in February.
Kim met with Christopher Hill, the U.S. assistant secretary of state, when Hill visited Pyongyang in June 2007, afterwards announcing that North Korea would promptly shut down its Yongbyon nuclear facility.