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FM: China urges PDRK, ROK to exercise calmness

(People's Daily Online)

18:07, May 02, 2012

Liu Weimin, Foreign Ministry spokesman, at the press conference of April 24 (Foreign Ministry of China)

Beijing, May 2 (People's Daily Online)--The Foreign Ministry held a press conference on April 24, in which Liu Weimin, Foreign Ministry spokesman answered the reporters' questions.

Question: It is reported that the special operation action group of the Korean People's Army (KPA) supreme command released a notice on April 23 that its revolutionary armed forces will launch special actions against the ROK government and the conservative media of the ROK. How does China comment?

Answer: We have noticed the latest developments of the situation on the Korean Peninsula over the recent period and are deeply concerned. Upholding peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula serves the common interests of both the DPRK and the ROK, as well as other parties concerned. We urge relevant parties to exercise calmness and restraint and do not do things that will harm the relaxation of tension on the Peninsula and regional peace and stability.

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