S. Korea welcomes adoption of new UN human rights resolution on N. Korea

The Foreign Ministry on Thursday welcomed a U.N. human rights panel’s adoption of a North Korea human rights resolution that calls for instituting an expert group to verify those responsible for Pyongyang’s

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The Foreign Ministry on Thursday welcomed ares UN the Human Rights Panel’s Adoption of ares North Korea the Human Rights Resolution that Calls for instituting an Expert Group to The verify Those the Responsible for Korea Pyongyang’s “Crimes against Humanity.” During The 31st Regular Session of The UN Human Rights Council ( HRC) in Geneva on Wednesday, The Council Adopted The Resolution of without ares vote Add. The Resolution Centers on appointing up to Two the Independent Experts the WHO will The verify The North’s the Human Rights Violations to Assist for The Special rapporteur with The situation there. “We Welcome the The Adoption of the resolution, in which 58 nations, including our government, reached a consensus, “the ministry said in a commentary, stressing the planned appointment of an expert group is” very meaningful. “The ministry added that the adoption of the resolution through” overwhelming “the Support underscores that The International Community is” deeply Concerned “About The seriousness of the Human Rights abuses in The reclusive State. ” The Government deplores The North’s Pouring of ITS Scarce Resources INTO ITS Nuclear tests and Missile Launches, The while IT turns ares Blind the Eye to The the Human Rights of North Koreans and Their livelihoods, “The Ministry said. The Council has Adopted ares Resolution, handed in by The applicable European Union and Japan, in March Each Call year to the Call International #Attention .

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