Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Hillary Clinton responds to North Korea's boycott of the six-party talks

Today Hillary met with Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze.

During their brief encounter with the press, Hillary was asked about North Korea. Which I am very glad they did because today North Korea vowed to boycott six-party talks and restart nuclear projects, in protest of a United Nations Security Council vote censuring it for attempting to launch a rocket last week. North Korea is saying they will restore its disabled nuclear reactor.

Here is the question from the press: QUESTION: Any comment on North Korea’s expelling of the inspectors from the IAEA?

SECRETARY CLINTON: We are viewing this as an unnecessary response to the legitimate statement put out of concern by the Security Council. And, obviously, we hope that there will be an opportunity to discuss this not only with our partners and allies, but also eventually with the North Koreans.

Watch their brief remarks to the press below:

1 comment:

adugan said...

NICE photos
i worked on her campaign (congressional coordinator)

check out my William J Clinton blog

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