North Korea's possible missile tests were not discussed during Moscow six-party talks

The six-party working group on North Korea's nuclear program did not discuss Pyongyang preparations for missile tests, Russian Foreign Ministry's special envoy Grigory Logvinov told journalists today. This issue is still in the background, as there is no reliable evidence, the diplomat noted adding that North Korea's official statement on the issue was "ambiguous."

Today, Moscow hosted six-party talks on peace and security in Northeast Asia. Logvinov stated that the participants agreed on almost the entire document presenting guidelines drafted by Russia.