South Korea skipped U.N. North Korea human rights meeting, report says

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South Korea opted out of North Korea human rights discussions at the United Nations earlier this month, according to a South Korean press report.
South Korea decided to not attend a meeting of the Third Committee of the 75th United Nations General Assembly earlier this month amid North Korea concerns. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo

Oct. 21 (UPI) --

Kukmin Ilbo reported Wednesday Seoul was invited to take part in the meeting of the Third Committee of the 75th United Nations General Assembly, when U.N. official Craig Mokhiber presented human rights reports on North Korea and other countries of concern.

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