East Asia and the Pacific: ROK Seizure of Chinese Ship (Taken Question)

> Subject: East Asia and the Pacific: ROK Seizure of Chinese Ship (Taken Question) > Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 18:36:52 -0600
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> ROK Seizure of Chinese Ship
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> Taken QuestionOffice of the Spokesperson Washington, DC
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> Question Taken at the November 15, 2012 Daily Press Briefing [ http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2012/11/200598.htm#tqkoreachina ] > November 15, 2012
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> *Question:* Does the State Department have any information related to the interdiction by the Republic of Korea of a Chinese-flagged ship, reportedly carrying graphite cylinders usable in missile programs supposedly from the DPRK, purported to be en route to Syria? >
> *Answer:* We refer you to the Government of the Republic of Korea for comment. >
> The United States will continue to work with the international community and our partners on the UN Security Council, including China, to enforce sanctions against the DPRK and to urge all countries to be vigilant in their dealings with North Korea. >
> PRN: 2012/1804
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