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BOLIVIA/
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March 27, 2012
(top, L-R) South Korea's ambassador in Bolivia Chun Yung-woo, Bolivia's Mining Minister Mario Virreira...
La Paz, Bolivia
Members Bolivia's COMIBOL and South Korean Kores-Posco consortium pose during a signing ceremony in La...
(top, L-R) South Korea's ambassador in Bolivia Chun Yung-woo, Bolivia's Mining Minister Mario Virreira and South Korea's National Assembly Deputy Lee Sang-deuk, (bottom, L-R) South Korea's Posco CTO Kwon Oh-joon, Bolivia's evaporite resources manager Luis Alberto Echazu, Kores President and CEO Kim Shin-jong and Bolivia's Deputy Minister of Productive Development Hector Cordova join hands during a signing ceremony in La Paz, March 27, 2012. Bolivia's state-run mining corporation COMIBOL signed an agreement with South Korean Kores-Posco consortium for the production of lithium cathodes from the Salar de Uyuni, according to local media. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2EVT8
June 08, 2010
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo is surrounded by the media upon arrival at Beijing...
Beijing, China
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo is surrounded by the media upon arrival at Beijing...
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo is surrounded by the media upon arrival at Beijing airport June 8, 2010. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2EVT7
June 08, 2010
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo speaks to the media upon arrival at Beijing airport...
Beijing, China
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo speaks to the media upon arrival at Beijing airport...
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo speaks to the media upon arrival at Beijing airport June 8, 2010. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2EVT5
June 08, 2010
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo arrives at Beijing airport June 8, 2010. REUTERS/Jason...
Beijing, China
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo arrives at Beijing airport
South Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Chun Yung-woo arrives at Beijing airport June 8, 2010. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
NORTH KOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1Z9SJ
April 09, 2008
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo (L) smiles during a bilateral talk with China's...
Beijing, China
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo smiles during a bilateral talk with China's Vice...
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo (L) smiles during a bilateral talk with China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei of at the State Guest House in Beijing April 9, 2008. The United States and North Korea have made no breakthrough toward a final resolution for Pyongyang's declaration of its nuclear programme, U.S. Secretary of State Christopher Hill said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
NORTH KOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1Z9SH
April 09, 2008
China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei (L) shakes hands with South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun...
Beijing, China
China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei shakes hands with South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun...
China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei (L) shakes hands with South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo ahead of a bilateral talk at the State Guest House in Beijing April 9, 2008. The United States and North Korea have made no breakthrough toward a final resolution for Pyongyang's declaration of its nuclear programme, U.S. Secretary of State Christopher Hill said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
NORTH-KOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1Z9SG
April 09, 2008
China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei (L) smiles as South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo...
Beijing, China
China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei smiles as South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo...
China's Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei (L) smiles as South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo speaks to journalists ahead of a bilateral talk at the State Guest House in Beijing April 9, 2008. The United States and North Korea have made no breakthrough toward a final resolution for Pyongyang's declaration of its nuclear programme, U.S. Secretary of State Christopher Hill said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
KOREA/
RTR1YZO1
April 01, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill (L) answers a question...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Hill answers a question besides...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill (L) answers a question besides his counterpart Chun Yung-woo after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1YZNV
April 01, 2008
Chun Yung-woo (R), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters besides his...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters besides his U.S. counterpart...
Chun Yung-woo (R), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters besides his U.S. counterpart Christopher Hill after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1YZNS
April 01, 2008
Chun Yung-woo (2nd L), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters after a...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters after a dinner with his U.S....
Chun Yung-woo (2nd L), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters after a dinner with his U.S. counterpart Christopher Hill at a hotel in Seoul April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1YZNP
April 01, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill leaves after a...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Hill leaves after a dinner with...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill leaves after a dinner with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at a hotel in Seoul April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1YZNN
April 01, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill answers a question...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Hill answers a question after a...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill answers a question after a dinner with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at a hotel in Seoul April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1YZNJ
April 01, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill (L) answers a question...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Hill answers a question besides...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill (L) answers a question besides his counterpart Chun Yung-woo after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1XB3Z
February 20, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (C) speaks to the media as his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill speaks to the media as his South Korean counterpart Chun stands...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (C) speaks to the media as his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo stands besides him at the foreign ministry in Seoul February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1XB32
February 20, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill gets into his car after his meeting with his South...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill gets into his car after his meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill gets into his car after his meeting with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at the foreign ministry in Seoul February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1XB2X
February 20, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) shakes hands with his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill shakes hands with his South Korean counterpart Chun after their...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) shakes hands with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo after their meeting at the foreign ministry in Seoul February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1XB2B
February 20, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) speaks to the media as his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill speaks to the media as his South Korean counterpart Chun stands...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) speaks to the media as his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo stands besides him at the foreign ministry in Seoul February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1XB1Y
February 20, 2008
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L), toasts with his South Korean counterpart Chun...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill toasts with his South Korean counterpart Chun after receiving...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L), toasts with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo (R) after receiving the order of diplomatic service merit known as the Gwanghwa Medal, from South Korean Foreign Minister Song Min-soon before their meeting at the foreign ministry in Seoul February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1X0UL
February 13, 2008
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo pauses during a news conference at South Korea's foreign ministry...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo pauses during a news conference at South Korea's foreign ministry...
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo pauses during a news conference at South Korea's foreign ministry main office in Seoul February 13, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1X0UH
February 13, 2008
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo listens as a reporter asks a question during a news conference...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo listens as a reporter asks a question during a news conference...
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo listens as a reporter asks a question during a news conference at South Korea's foreign ministry main office in Seoul February 13, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1X0UG
February 13, 2008
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo speaks during a news conference at South Korea's foreign ministry...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo speaks during a news conference in Seoul
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-Woo speaks during a news conference at South Korea's foreign ministry main office in Seoul February 13, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C7F
January 08, 2008
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (R) leaves as his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Hill leaves as his South Korean counterpart Chun bids farewell after their dinner...
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (R) leaves as his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo bids farewell after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, Hill said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C76
January 08, 2008
Chun Yung-woo (C), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters after a dinner...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun, South Korea's chief envoy to six-party talks, speaks to reporters after dinner with his U.S. counterpart...
Chun Yung-woo (C), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to reporters after a dinner with his U.S. counterpart Christopher Hill at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, Hill said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C6O
January 08, 2008
Chun Yung-woo (R), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to the media as his U.S....
Seoul, South Korea
Chun, South Korea's chief envoy to six-party talks, speaks to media as his U.S. counterpart Hill stands...
Chun Yung-woo (R), South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks to the media as his U.S. counterpart Christopher Hill stands after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, Hill said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C6I
January 08, 2008
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) and his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill and his South Korean counterpart Chun walk...
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) and his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo walk to a lobby after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, Hill said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C6C
January 08, 2008
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) stands beside his South Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Hill stands beside his South Korean counterpart Chun as he speaks to reporters in...
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (L) stands beside his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo as he speaks to reporters after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, Hill said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C69
January 08, 2008
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (2nd L) stands beside his South...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Hill stands beside his South Korean counterpart Chun as he speaks to reporters in...
U.S. nuclear envoy and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (2nd L) stands beside his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo as he speaks to reporters after their dinner at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, Hill said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX5C4P
January 08, 2008
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, enters a lobby to meet top U.S. nuclear...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, enters lobby to meet top U.S. nuclear envoy and...
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, enters a lobby to meet top U.S. nuclear envoy and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill at a hotel in Seoul January 8, 2008. North Korea's refusal to divulge details of its nuclear weapons programme caused it to miss a deadline in a disarmament-for-aid deal it struck with regional powers, a U.S. nuclear envoy said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1VKDC
November 02, 2007
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill gets into a car after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill gets into a car after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill gets into a car after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul November 2, 2007. The United Nations sanctions imposed on North Korea for its nuclear test last year will be lifted only after Pyongyang scraps its nuclear arms programme, U.S. envoy Christopher Hill said on Friday. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1VKDB
November 02, 2007
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul November 2, 2007. The United Nations sanctions imposed on North Korea for its nuclear test last year will be lifted only after Pyongyang scraps its nuclear arms programme, Hill said on Friday. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1VKDA
November 02, 2007
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul November 2, 2007. The United Nations sanctions imposed on North Korea for its nuclear test last year will be lifted only after Pyongyang scraps its nuclear arms programme, Hill said on Friday. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1VKD6
November 02, 2007
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, South Korea
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart...
U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill speaks to the media after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Chun Yung-woo at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul November 2, 2007. The United Nations sanctions imposed on North Korea for its nuclear test last year will be lifted only after Pyongyang scraps its nuclear arms programme, Hill said on Friday. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1VC9A
October 26, 2007
South Korean chief envoy to six party talks Chun Yung-woo (C) and U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Alexander...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean chief envoy to six party talks Chun and U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Vershbow listen to...
South Korean chief envoy to six party talks Chun Yung-woo (C) and U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Alexander Vershbow (L) listen to Chinese Ambassador to South Korea Ning Fu Kui during a seminar for peace on the Korean peninsula at a hotel in Seoul October 26, 2007. U.S. troops will remain on the Korean peninsula even if the North and South reach a peace deal to replace the armistice that ended their 1950-1953 war, South Korea's foreign minister said on Friday. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1VC93
October 26, 2007
South Korean chief envoy to sixth party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a seminar for peace on the...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean chief envoy to sixth party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a seminar for peace on the...
South Korean chief envoy to sixth party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a seminar for peace on the Korean peninsula at a hotel in Seoul October 26, 2007. U.S. troops will remain on the Korean peninsula even if the North and South reach a peace deal to replace the armistice that ended their 1950-1953 war, South Korea's foreign minister said on Friday. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1URGL
October 10, 2007
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview in Seoul
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in Seoul October 10, 2007. North Korea wants to strike a nuclear deal before U.S. President George Bush ends his term but the destitute state will demand more than money to give up its weapons, Chun said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1URGJ
October 10, 2007
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview in Seoul
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in Seoul October 10, 2007. North Korea wants to strike a nuclear deal before U.S. President George Bush ends his term but the destitute state will demand more than money to give up its weapons, Chun said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1URGI
October 10, 2007
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Seoul, South Korea
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview in Seoul
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in Seoul October 10, 2007. North Korea wants to strike a nuclear deal before U.S. President George Bush ends his term but the destitute state will demand more than money to give up its weapons, Chun said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/DEAL
RTR1UJAO
October 03, 2007
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo (R) talks with an officer of the Foreign...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo talks with an officer of the Foreign Ministry...
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo (R) talks with an officer of the Foreign Ministry during a news briefing regarding North Korea nuclear facilities at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul October 3, 2007. North Korea has agreed to disable its Yongbyon reactor and other nuclear facilities by December 31, 2007, under an agreement reached at six-party disarmament talks, the official Xinhua agency said. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/DEAL
RTR1UJAI
October 03, 2007
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a news briefing regarding...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a news briefing regarding...
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a news briefing regarding North Korea nuclear facilities at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul October 3, 2007. North Korea has agreed to disable its Yongbyon reactor and other nuclear facilities by December 31, 2007, under an agreement reached at six-party disarmament talks, the official Xinhua agency said. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/DEAL
RTR1UJAE
October 03, 2007
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a news briefing regarding...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a news briefing regarding...
South Korean top negotiator to sixth-party talks Chun Yung-woo speaks during a news briefing regarding North Korea nuclear facilities at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul October 3, 2007. North Korea has agreed to disable its Yongbyon reactor and other nuclear facilities by December 31, 2007, under an agreement reached at six-party disarmament talks, the official Xinhua agency said. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
CHINA/
RTR1UFBO
September 30, 2007
China's Chief Negotiator Wu Dawei (R) shakes hands with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye-gwan...
Beijing, China
China's Chief Negotiator Wu Dawei shakes hands with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye-gwan...
China's Chief Negotiator Wu Dawei (R) shakes hands with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye-gwan (C), while South Korea's envoy Chun Yung-woo looks on at the six-nation North Korean nuclear disarmament meeting in Beijing September 30, 2007. REUTERS/Andy Wong/Pool (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1UFBA
September 30, 2007
China's Chief Negotiator Wu Dawei (C) delivers a press statement while six party talks envoys (L to R)...
Beijing, China
China's Chief Negotiator Wu Dawei delivers a press statement during the six-nation North Korean nuclear...
China's Chief Negotiator Wu Dawei (C) delivers a press statement while six party talks envoys (L to R) Russia's Alexander Losyukov, South Korea's Chun Yung-woo, North Korea's Kim Gye-gwan, Christopher Hill of the U.S. and Japan's Kenichiro Sasae look on during the six-nation North Korean nuclear disarmament meeting in Beijing September 30, 2007. REUTERS/Andy Wong/Pool (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1UFAZ
September 30, 2007
Envoys join hands while posing for a group photograph at the six-nation North Korean nuclear disarmament...
Beijing, China
Envoys join hands while posing for a group photograph at the six-nation North Korean nuclear disarmament...
Envoys join hands while posing for a group photograph at the six-nation North Korean nuclear disarmament meeting in Beijing September 30, 2007. (L to R) Russia's Alexander Losyukov, South Korea's Chun Yung-woo, North Korea's Kim Gye-gwan, China's Wu Dawei,Christopher Hill of the U.S. and Japan's Kenichiro Sasae, REUTERS/Andy Wong/ Pool (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1UFAQ
September 30, 2007
Japan's Chief Negotiator Kenichiro Sasae (R) shakes hands with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim...
Beijing, China
Japan's Chief Negotiator Kenichiro Sasae shakes hands with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye-gwan...
Japan's Chief Negotiator Kenichiro Sasae (R) shakes hands with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye-gwan while South Korea's Chief Negotiator Chun Yung-woo (L) looks on at the six-nation North Korean nuclear disarmament meeting in Beijing September 30, 2007. REUTERS/Andy Wong/ Pool (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1UEB3
September 29, 2007
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (C) walks past South Korea's envoy Chun Yung-woo (L)...
China
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill walks past South Korea's envoy Chun Yung-woo and North...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill (C) walks past South Korea's envoy Chun Yung-woo (L) and North Korea's envoy Kim Gye-gwan before attending a banquet held after three days of meetings in Beijing September 29, 2007. Negotiators failed to close a gap between how far North Korea says it is willing to go to fulfill a pledge to close down its nuclear facilities and what Washington wants it to do, U.S. and South Korean envoys said Saturday. REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1UEAU
September 29, 2007
(L to R) Envoys from six nations Russia's Alexander Losyukov, Japan's Kenichiro Sasae, United State's...
China
Envoys from six nations are seen before attending a banquet held after three days of meetings in Beijing...
(L to R) Envoys from six nations Russia's Alexander Losyukov, Japan's Kenichiro Sasae, United State's Christopher Hill, China's Wu Dawei, South Korea's Chun Yung-woo and North Korea's envoy Kim Gye-gwan before attending a banquet held after three days of meetings in Beijing September 29, 2007. Negotiators failed to close a gap between how far North Korea says it is willing to go to fulfill a pledge to close down its nuclear facilities and what Washington wants it to do, U.S. and South Korean envoys said Saturday. REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1UEA9
September 29, 2007
(L to R) Envoys Russia's Alexander Losyukov, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill, China's...
China
Envoys attend a banquet in Beijing
(L to R) Envoys Russia's Alexander Losyukov, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill, China's Wu Dawei, unidentified official, South Korea's Chun Yung-woo and North Korea's Kim Gye-gwan attend a banquet held after three days of meetings in Beijing September 29, 2007. Negotiators failed to close a gap between how far North Korea says it is willing to go to fulfill a pledge to close down its nuclear facilities and what Washington wants it to do, U.S. and South Korean envoys said Saturday. REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1UBGD
September 27, 2007
South Korea's top negotiator, Chun Yung-woo (L), arrives before the start of the six-party talks in Beijing...
Beijing, China
South Korea's top negotiator Chun arrives before talks in Beijing
South Korea's top negotiator, Chun Yung-woo (L), arrives before the start of the six-party talks in Beijing September 27, 2007. The six-party talks involve the two Koreas, China, Japan, Russia and the United States. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
KOREA/
RTR1SLY7
August 08, 2007
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-woo (C) shakes hands with Kim Myong Gil (3rd L), minister at North...
Panmunjom, South Korea
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-woo shakes hands with Kim Myong Gil, minister at North Korea's mission...
South Korean nuclear envoy Chun Yung-woo (C) shakes hands with Kim Myong Gil (3rd L), minister at North Korea's mission to the United Nations, after the second Economy and Energy Cooperation Working Group Meeting as other envoys looks on in South Korean territory at the truce village in Panmunjom, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul August 8, 2007. Other envoys (L-R) are Japan's Junichi Ihara, Russia's O.Davydov, China's Chen Naiqing, U.S. delegate Kurt Tong, South Korea's Lim Sung-Nam. REUTERS/Ahn Young-joon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1SKPB
August 07, 2007
(From L-R) South Korea's Ambassador for North Korean Nuclear Issue Lim Sung-Nam, Japan's Deputy Director-General,...
Panmunjom, South Korea
Envoys from six nations pose before the second Economy and Energy Cooperation Working Group Meeting at...
(From L-R) South Korea's Ambassador for North Korean Nuclear Issue Lim Sung-Nam, Japan's Deputy Director-General, Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau Junichi Ihara, North Korea's Minister, North Korean Embassy in UN Kim Myong-Gil,
South Korea's Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs Chun Yung-Woo, China's Ambassador for Korean Peninsula Issue Chen Naiqing, U.S. Director for Asian Economic Affairs, National Security Council Kurt Tong, and Russia's Chief of Division, First Asia Department O.Davydov pose before the second Economy and Energy Cooperation Working Group Meeting at Panmunjom August 7, 2007. Envoys from six nations open two-day discussions in South Korea Tuesday on energy assistance to North Korea as part of an aid-for-nuclear-disarmament deal. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1S0
July 20, 2007
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean special representative...
Beijing, China
Six-party talks officials are seen at the end of their meeting in Beijing
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean special representative Chun Yung-woo (2nd L), North Korea's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Kim Gye Gwan (3rd L), China's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Wu Dawei (3rd R), chief U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill (2nd R) and Japanese chief negotiator Kenichiro Sasa are seen at the end of their talks in Beijing July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Diego Azubel/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1RX
July 20, 2007
South Korean special representative Chun Yung-woo (L) and North Korea's vice minister of Foreign Affairs...
Beijing, China
South Korean special representative Chun and North Korea's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Gwan listen...
South Korean special representative Chun Yung-woo (L) and North Korea's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Kim Gye Gwan (R) listen to China's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Wu Dawei during the closing speech at the end of the six-party talks in Beijing July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Diego Azubel/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH
RTR1S1RO
July 20, 2007
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean Special representative...
Beijing, China
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Rakhmanin, South Korean Special representative...
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean Special representative Chun Yung-woo (2nd L), chief U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill (2nd R) and Japanese chief negotiator Kenichiro Sasae walk out at the end of the six-party talks in Beijing July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Diego Azubel/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH
RTR1S1RM
July 20, 2007
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean Special representative...
Beijing, China
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Rakhmanin, South Korean Special representative...
Russia's Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean Special representative Chun Yung-woo (2nd L), chief U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill (2nd R) and Japanese chief negotiator Kenichiro Sasae walk out at the end of the six-party talks in Beijing July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Diego Azubel/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1RJ
July 20, 2007
South Korean negotiator Chun Yung-woo (R) and North Korean negotiator Kim Kye-gwan arrive for the closing...
Beijing, China
South Korean negotiator Chun and North Korean negotiator Kim arrive for the closing statement at the...
South Korean negotiator Chun Yung-woo (R) and North Korean negotiator Kim Kye-gwan arrive for the closing statement at the end of six-party talks on the North Korean nuclear issue, in Beijing July 20, 2007. Grinding talks to end North Korea's nuclear arms ambitions will shift to technical wrangling over disarmament steps, envoys said on Friday as they endorsed a broad plan lacking any deadline. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1RI
July 20, 2007
Russia's ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean special representative...
Beijing, China
Parties shake hands at the end of the six-party talks in Beijing
Russia's ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Rakhmanin (L), South Korean special representative Chun Yung-woo (2nd L), China's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Wu Dawei (3rd L), North Korea's vice minister of Foreign Affairs Kim Gye Gwan (3rd R), chief U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill (2nd R) and Japanese chief negotiator Kenichiro Sasae shake hands at the end of the six-party talks in Beijing July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Diego Azubel/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1RC
July 20, 2007
South Korean negotiator Chun Yung-woo (R) leads the way for North Korean negotiator Kim Kye-gwan, as...
Beijing, China
South Korean negotiator Chun leads the way for North Korean negotiator Kim, as they arrive for the closing...
South Korean negotiator Chun Yung-woo (R) leads the way for North Korean negotiator Kim Kye-gwan, as they arrive for the closing statement at the end of six-party talks on the North Korean nuclear issue, in Beijing July 20, 2007. Grinding talks to end North Korea's nuclear arms ambitions will shift to technical wrangling over disarmament steps, envoys said on Friday as they endorsed a broad plan lacking any deadline. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1LF
July 20, 2007
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo looks at his watch after speaking to the media in...
Beijing, China
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo looks at his watch after speaking to media in Beijing...
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo looks at his watch after speaking to the media in Beijing July 20, 2007. Six-party talks to end North Korea's nuclear arms ambitions enter a third day on Friday after envoys settled on a set of tasks the United States said could be carried out this year, rather than a disarmament timetable. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1L8
July 20, 2007
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo sits in a car after speaking to the media in Beijing...
Beijing, China
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun sits in a car after speaking to the media in Beijing
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo sits in a car after speaking to the media in Beijing July 20, 2007. Six-party talks to end North Korea's nuclear arms ambitions enter a third day on Friday after envoys settled on a set of tasks the United States said could be carried out this year, rather than a disarmament timetable. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1S1L5
July 20, 2007
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo speaks to the media in Beijing July 20, 2007. Six-party...
Beijing, China
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo speaks to the media in Beijing
South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Chun Yung-woo speaks to the media in Beijing July 20, 2007. Six-party talks to end North Korea's nuclear arms ambitions enter a third day on Friday after envoys settled on a set of tasks the United States said could be carried out this year, rather than a disarmament timetable. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
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