Russia says N. Korea launch contradicts UN council

By REUTERS
April 13, 2012 07:34

 
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MOSCOW - North Korea's launch of a rocket contradicts a UN Security Council resolution, the Interfax news agency cited an unidentified Russian Foreign Ministry official as saying on Friday.

Russia had earlier urged Pyongyang not to conduct the launch, saying it would violate a UN Security Council resolution regardless of its purpose and complicate efforts to revive six-party talks over North Korea's nuclear program.

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