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  • "We hope that we can make up for some of the time that we lost this spring, and so I'm looking forward to good discussions about that. We want to get the six-party process moving," Mr. Hill said as he arrived.

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  • But on the eve of the talks' end today, he said the sides had agreed to have working groups of specialists pore over technical details for those next steps before the top envoys from all sides endorse a time frame.

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