SEOUL, April 25 (Reuters) - South Korean President Park Geun-hye said a fourth nuclear test by reclusive North Korea would render the six-party talks, aimed at reining in the North's nuclear ambitions, meaningless.
In March, the North warned it would not rule out a "new form" of nuclear test to boost its nuclear deterrent, after the U.N. Security Council condemned Pyongyang's launch of a mid-range ballistic missile into the sea east of the peninsula.
The six-party talks, joining the United States, Russia, China, the two Koreas and Japan, have been stalled for years. (Writing by Nick Macfie)
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