South Korea's foreign ministry urges North to scrap satellite launch plan
- Korea Rep
South Korea's foreign ministry on Monday urged North Korea to withdraw its plan to launch a satellite and pledged to cooperate with the international community to respond to the North's provocations.
The ministry made the comment in a statement hours after Tokyo said it was notified by Pyongyang of an upcoming satellite launch scheduled to take place between May 31 and June 11.
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