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    MOSCOW, February 27, 2004. (RIA Novosti). South Korean ambassador to Russia Jong-Tae Ick hopes that some final document will be signed during the second round of the six-sided Beijing talks on the Korean nuclear settlement.

    The talks should end in formation of several routine groups, the ambassador said at the opening ceremony of the South Korean cultural center in Moscow on Friday.

    According to the ambassador, the document should include provisions on the demilitarization of the Korean Peninsula and the necessity of peaceful settlement of the North Korean nuclear problem.

    In addition, this issue should be solved on the basis of cooperation in order to freeze the North Korean nuclear program, he stressed.

    The ambassador expressed hope that other participants in the six-sided talks will take relevant measures and guarantee North Korea's security.

    The ambassador expects certain success of the talks.

    High-ranking diplomats from North and South Koreas, China, Russia, the USA and Japan participate in the talks.

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