S. Korea against UN resolution threatening force

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October 10, 2006 11:14

South Korean Prime Minister Han Myung-sook said Tuesday that Seoul would not support a UN resolution that includes a threat of military force against North Korea for its claimed nuclear test. "We should oppose" the resolution if contains potential military repercussions against the North for failure to comply with the Security Council demands, she said. The council is debating language put forward by some members that would demand the North immediately return to nuclear arms talks.


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