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Swedes in best position to lead EU’s Korea efforts

Published fredag 13 oktober 2006 kl 12.16
North Korean soldiers in the demilitarised zone between North Korea and South Korea.

Following North Korea’s alleged nuclear test on Monday, Sweden’s ambassador to South Korea says Swedes are in a unique position to lead the European Union’s diplomatic efforts on the peninsula.

Lars Vargö is pointing out that Sweden has long had good links with both North and South Korea and also has observers in the demilitarised zone between the two countries.

Vargö says no other nation has such a strong representation and to some degree North Korea listens to Sweden.

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