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On Thursday, South Korea's chief nuclear envoy, Wi Sung-lac, arrived in Beijing. His trip is talk with his Chinese counterpart about the denuclearization of North Korea.
In recent weeks, top-level officials from China, Pyongyang, Seoul and the U.S. held meetings to discuss disabling North Korea's nuclear program.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il apparently pledged to reconsider denuclearization should the international talks on Pyonyang's nuclear program resume. It's likely an attempt to obtain six-nation aid in exchange for denuclearization.
However, the nations are wary of North Korea's promises, as Kim Jong-Il has broken past agreements. Analysts and diplomats are saying it's unlikely the small communist nation will abandon plans to continue building up its nuclear weapons, which it views as a bargaining chip with the rest of the world.