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Myanmar insists no North Korea links as US envoy visits

Bangkok Post Monday, 17 July 2017
YANGON -- Myanmar has no military ties with North Korea, a Myanmar official said on Monday, as a US diplomat responsible for North Korea arrived for talks in which he is likely to seek assurances on efforts to isolate it.
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