South Korea announced its official support for an in-depth investigation by the United Nations into human rights violations in North Korea on Wednesday. The resolution only needs majority support from the 47-member U.N. Human Rights Council.
South Korea’s deputy Foreign Minister for Global affairs, Kim Bong Hyun, told the council that South Korea would “actively”
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