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ROK says it will hold security meeting on DPRK missile launches

(Agencies) Updated: 2016-06-22 10:23

SEOUL - The Republic of Korea (ROK)’s presidential office said on Wednesday it will hold a national security meeting to discuss the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea's latest missile launches, soon after Pyongyang launched two intermediate-range missiles.

Jeong Yeon-guk, a spokesman for the presidential office, said the meeting was scheduled for later on Wednesday morning and would be headed by the president's chief adviser for national security.

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