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U.S. wants China to press North Korea to be more constructive in talks - Pentagon official

Reuters India Tuesday, 15 October 2019
The senior U.S. defence official for Asia said on Tuesday the United States wants China to improve its enforcement of sanctions on North Korea and take other steps to press Pyongyang to be more constructive in dialogue with the United States.
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