South Korea Supports UN N. Korea Human Rights Investigation

Satellite imagery shows Labor Camp May Have Expanded as ROK pledges support for investigation at UN
February 28th, 2013

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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