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South Korea: Missile test may affect aid

South Korea said Wednesday that its humanitarian aid to North Korea might be affected if Pyongyang test-launches a missile. South Korean Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok told opposition lawmakers that a missile test could affect Seoul’s humanitarian aid to the North. “If North Korea test fires a missile, it might have an impact on aid of rice and fertilizer to North Korea,” Lee said, according to his spokesman Yang Chang-seok. South Korea has already shipped 150,000 tons of fertilizer this year and had planned to send another 200,000 tons. Pyongyang has asked for 500,000 tons of rice this year, but Seoul has yet to agree. Full Story

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