UNITED Democrat chairman Mr Martin Lee Chu-ming yesterday wrote to the local New China News Agency's (NCNA) director Mr Zhou Nan to state the party's suggestion on arrangements during the latest Sino-British talks. The letter was handed to the local NCNA yesterday when the party failed to meet Mr Zhou before the talks commenced. The party urged the two sides to make public any consensus reached by the two Governments during the talks. It said the public should also know areas which the two Governments needed to further discussed. It also asked that the date and place of future meetings should be publicly announced. Mr Lee said they hoped Hongkong's interests would be seriously considered during the talks.