Source Pravda.Ru

Moscow Will Provide Support in Negotiations on North Korea's Nuclear Programme

Russia is ready "to provide all the necessary support" in negotiations on North Korea's nuclear programme scheduled to take place in Beijing.

Moscow's support will hold within Russia's abilities, the Russian Foreign Ministry's information and press department has told RIA Novosti.

"Moscow would welcome realisation of such contracts," the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed. The trilateral negotiations on North Korea's nuclear programme are expected to take place in Beijing with participation of the USA, China and North Korea.

The Russian Foreign Ministry expressed hope that "in case such negotiations were held in Beijing, the parties would manage to have a constructive discussion and make significant progress". Moscow still believes " the most acceptable way to resolve the problem is an end-to-end solution". "Necessary elements for this solution are well-known," the Ministry pointed out.

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