China repeats calls for calm ahead of N.Korea rocket launch

By REUTERS
April 11, 2012 10:30

 
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BEIJING - China repeated a call for calm and restraint on Wednesday as North Korea loaded fuel into a rocket ahead of a planned launch that has been condemned by its neighbors and the West as a long-range ballistic missile test.

All sides should make joint efforts to maintain peace on the Korean peninsula and in northeast Asia, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said at a daily news briefing.

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