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North Korean leader Kim Jong Il could make a rare trip outside his country to China this week, the office of South Korea's president said today. If that happens, it could be a sign that Pyongyang is preparing to return to stalled multilateral nuclear negotiations, Agence France-Presse reported (see GSN, March 30).
"There is a high level of possibility that Kim Jong Il will pay a visit to China," said presidential spokeswoman Kim Eun-hye. "We are closely monitoring the situation."