|Deputy Department Spokesman James B. Foley
Excerpt from Off-Camera Daily Press Briefing
Washington, DC, September 11, 1997
U.S. Department of State
MR. FOLEY: I apologize for the lengthier than usual delay today. I was busy compiling verbatim transcripts of meetings for George's benefit. I have one announcement to make.
A second four-party preparatory meeting with the participation of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the Republic of Korea, the United States, and the People's Republic of China will be held in New York City on September 18 and 19. The preparatory meeting is to decide arrangements for the four-party plenary session. The meetings will be held at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. We wish to express our appreciation to Columbia University for its generosity in making these facilities available. We will also be posting, after the briefing, the press arrangements in connection with the four-party meetings. George.
QUESTION: Jim, can you tell us about the meeting which I understand is going to be held on Tuesday on a somewhat different subject between the United States and North Korea?
MR. FOLEY: Well, we are going to be holding bilateral meetings next week in New York with each of the three other participants in the four-party talks, and this will be in advance of the four-party talks which are on the 18th and 19th. The exact timing of these meetings next week has not yet been arranged. I have nothing to say about the particulars of those meetings, however. ...
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