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1. Wide of Chun Yung-woo, South Korean nuclear envoy walking up to podium at news conference
2. Cutaway media
3. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) Chun Yung-woo, South Korean nuclear envoy:
"I expect China will circulate a draft agreement around tonight (Thursday) or tomorrow (Friday), based on keynote speeches and plenary sessions discussions."
4. Cutaway of media
5. Kenichiro Sasae, Director General of Japanese Foreign Ministry's Asia-Oceania bureau, surrounded by journalists
7. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Kenichiro Sasae, Director General of Japanese Foreign Ministry's Asia-Oceania bureau:
"We have asked that North Korea make concrete steps to denuclearisation. A balanced framework would be essential to make the entire joint statement effective. Concerning the relations between Japan and North Korea, we have expressed the importance in making progress and resolving problems, including abductions."
8. Cameraman filming
9. Sasae walking away
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christopher Hill, US Assistant Secretary of State and US envoy:
"We hope we can achieve some kind of joint statement here, and we'll have to see if we actually get that. And if we do, as I said, it'll be a good first step in terms of implementing the September statement."
11. Journalists taking notes
12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christopher Hill, US Assistant Secretary of State and US envoy:
"It did meet expectations and, you know, the proof of these things is always at the end when you have some kind of agreement. But certainly the discussion today (Thursday) among all six parties pointed us in the direction of elements that we can agree with."
13. Wide of Hill leaving
14. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice entering room
15. Wide of panel of congressmen
16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Norm Coleman, US Congressman:
"And there have been reports that say the six-party talks may be at the final stage and that if we don't get progress right now, that perhaps they've run their course."
17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Condoleezza Rice, US Secretary of State:
"Well, the six-party-talks have reconvened in Beijing, just as we speak, and I think we are cautiously optimistic that there may be some movement forward, a lot has happened since the last six-party talks, but most importantly, because the coalition that represents the other five came together after the missile test and then specially after the nuclear test we have a Chapter Seven resolution in place, 1718, we have cooperation on making that resolution work."
18. Wide of panel
North Korea agreed in principle on Thursday to take initial steps toward dismantling its nuclear programmes at the start of international talks in Beijing seeking the first concrete progress on disarming Pyongyang.
At a closed meeting of heads of delegations from the six countries, all sides agreed that "it is important to reach agreement at this round of talks on first-phase measures," South Korea's envoy Chun Yung-woo told reporters.
Chun said host China was to circulate a draft agreement by Friday morning, but gave no further details.
A South Korean official later said that China has distributed a draft agreement to the countries participating in the talks.
The official, speaking on condition of anonymity due to the ongoing diplomacy, gave no details of the draft.
However, other delegates said earlier the agreement would outline initial steps for implementing a September 2005 agreement reached at six-nation talks where Pyongyang pledged to disarm in exchange for aid and security guarantees.
Kim said on Thursday that any moves by North Korea would depend on the United States' attitude.
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