North Korea Sends Letter to UN Claiming U.S. False Flag on Ship Sinking


Jack Kim
Reuters
June 11, 2010

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North Korea has sent a letter to the U.N. Security Council rejecting accusations from South Korea that it was behind the sinking of one of its neighbor’s navy ships, saying it was the victim of a U.S.-led conspiracy.

The letter, addressed to the U.N. Security Council president from the North’s permanent representative to the body, followed the filing of a complaint by the South last week demanding action by the international community to deter further aggression.

A team of international investigators led by South Korea’s military said in May that a North Korean submarine torpedoed the corvette Cheonan on March 26, snapping the vessel in half in a blast and killing 46 sailors.

North Korea, through its official media, has already rejected the charge, saying it was a ploy by the South’s President Lee Myung-bak aimed at political gains for his conservative government.

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