Clinton arrives Seoul, nuclear talks top agenda
Updated: 2011-04-16 19:43
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton disembarks from her plane upon her arrival at a military airport in Seongnam, near Seoul, April 16, 2011. [Photo/Agencies]
SEOUL - US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is in Republic of Korea (ROK) to discuss the effort to get Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) back to nuclear disarmament talks.
Clinton arrived in Seoul on Saturday and was to see ROK's foreign minister before meeting the country's president early Sunday. She will then travel to Japan to show US support for the Japanese people who are recovering from a major earthquake and tsunami as well as strong aftershocks.
Clinton came to ROK following two days of NATO meetings. She assured NATO allies that Washington was prepared to do what it takes to ensure the success of the Libya mission and called on US partners in Europe and elsewhere to boost pressure on Gadhafi to step down from power.
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