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Byline: Ina Parlina , The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
The Indonesian government has expressed concerns over North Korean plans to launch a long-range ballistic missile, saying that it could spark increased tension in the region.
Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Wardana said that the Indonesian government was closely monitoring developments in the Korean Peninsula. "Indonesia recognizes the positive developments that have taken place including the agreement between the United States and North Korea on humanitarian aid to the people of North Korea," Wardana said as quoted by kompas.com.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that U.S. envoy Kurt Campbell briefed …