Envoys say NKorea denuclearisation to go forward
Beijing - Envoys to six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear disarmament said the disablement of its atomic facilities would go forward although they expressed doubts of reaching a written agreement Sunday.
"I don't know if we will have a (joint) statement by the chair, but I do know we have a way forward," US envoy Christopher Hill told journalists as he departed his hotel for talks.
"I am pretty confident ... we know what the next steps we will do."
Delegates from China, the two Koreas, the United States, Russia and Japan are seeking to hammer out a joint agreement tabled by Beijing on Saturday on the declaration and disablement of Pyongyang's nuclear programmes.