S.Korea president says acquiring nukes would 'break promise' with world

By REUTERS
January 13, 2016 04:16

 
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SEOUL - If South Korea develops nuclear weapons in response to North Korea's fourth nuclear test it would be breaking its "promise" with the world, South Korean President Park Geun-hye said on Wednesday.

South Korea is in discussion with China regarding a draft UN Security Resolution in response to North Korea's January 6 nuclear test, Park said in response to a question at an annual news conference.

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