The top nuclear envoys of China and the United States have wrapped up their second day of talks in New York on ways to resume the long-stalled six-party talks on denuclearizing North Korea.
Chinese nuclear envoy Wu Dawei and his U.S. counterpart Glyn Davies met for around two hours at the UN headquarters but just like the first day, the two delegates did not talk to reporters about the content of their meeting.
The two sides will hold the third and last meeting in Washington on Thursday .
The meeting comes as Beijing's foreign ministry issued a rare statement Tuesday saying it is opposed to any move that may result in tensions in the region, whether they be the joint drills between South Korea and the U.S. or North Korea's threat of conducting further nuclear tests.
It also urged all related parties to make joint efforts to ease the situation.