SEOUL - South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said on Sunday he agreed with his US counterpart, Barack Obama, that any "provocation" by North Korea should be met with a firm response.
He was talking on the eve of a nuclear security summit in Seoul.
Obama's visit comes amid rising concern over a planned North Korean rocket launch next month that threatens to derail a deal to resume US food aid.
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