N.Korea says ship seizure by U.S. violates spirit of Trump-Kim summit

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May 14, 2019 06:52
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SEOUL - North Korea said on Tuesday the seizure of one of its cargo ships by the United States was an illegal act that violated the spirit of a summit pct between the two countries' leaders, and demanded the return of the vessel.

In a statement, the North's foreign ministry said it rejected U.N. Security Council resolutions against it, which the United States cited in impounding the vessel, as a violation of its sovereignty.

The U.S. Justice Department last week said it had seized a North Korean cargo ship that it accused of illicit coal shipments in violations of sanctions after it was first detained by Indonesia.

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