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U.S. Supports UN Commission of Inquiry’s Final Report

Washington, D.C.



Deputy Secretary of State William Burns meets with former UN Commission of Inquiry Chair Justice Michael Kirby at the State Department to discuss the Commission of Inquiry’s watershed documentation of human rights violations in North Korea, including crimes against humanity.

Former UN Commission of Inquiry Chair Justice Michael Kirby and Deputy Secretary of State William Burns at the U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.

 

Deputy Secretary of State William Burns meets with former UN Commission of Inquiry Chair Justice Michael Kirby at the State Department to discuss the Commission of Inquiry’s watershed documentation of human rights violations in North Korea, including crimes against humanity.

 

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