Russia tells North Korea not to provoke more tensions

By REUTERS
April 12, 2013 19:20

 
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MOSCOW - Russia strongly urged North Korea on Friday to avoid doing anything to further increase tension on the Korean Peninsula, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

In a meeting between a Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov and Pyongyang's ambassador to Moscow, Russia "addressed North Korea with an insistent call to refrain from actions that could lead to further escalation of tension," the ministry said.

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