Four-Party Talks on the Korean Peninsula, 1997-98
The purpose of the Four-Party Talks is to reduce tensions and build confidence on the Korean Peninsula with the aim of putting a formal end to the hostilities of the Korean War. The successful conclusion of a peace agreement would bring lasting peace and stability to the Korean Peninsula and contribute greatly to the peace and stability of the entire region. The four parties involved are the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the Republic of Korea, the People's Republic of China, and the United States.
- U.S. North Korea policy coordinator William Perry to travel to region (12/1/98)
- U.S. North Korea policy coordinator named (11/12/98)
- Announcement of October 21, 1998 convening of plenary talks (9/30/98)
- Testimony on U.S. policy toward North Korea (9/24/98)
- Testimony on recent developments in North Korea (9/10/98)
- Readout of August 21 - September 5, 1998 U.S.-D.P.R.K. talks (9/10/98)
- Readout of March 1998 plenary talks (3/23/98)
- March 1998 preliminary meeting and plenary session dates (3/10/98)
- Press arrangements for March 1998 four-party talks (3/6/98)
- Update on four-party talks and process (3/2/98)
- Readout of December 1997 plenary talks (12/10/97)
- Announcement of December 9, 1997 plenary talks (11/21/97)
- Announcement of November 21, 1997 preparatory meeting (11/17/97)
- Update on four-party talks and process (11/12/97)
- Update on four-party talks and process (10/14/97)
- Readout of September 18-19, 1997 preparatory talks (9/22/97)
- Announcement of September 18-19, 1997 preparatory talks (9/11/97)
- Readout of August 5-7, 1997 preparatory talks (8/8/97)
- Announcement of August 5, 1997 preparatory talks (6/30/97)
- State Department Press Statements
- State Department Daily Press Briefings
- Country Information on North and South Korea
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