Panama on Wednesday awaited the arrival of US and British experts to inspect Cuban weapons found aboard a North Korean ship, as Seoul urged the UN to investigate.
Missile parts are pictured aboard a North Korean-flagged ship on July 16, 2013 after it was impounded in Panama. Cuba has said that weapons found on a North Korean ship close to the Panama Canal are outdated Soviet-era arms, which the communist island had sent to Pyongyang for repair.
Havana said the arms discovered on the vessel near the Panama Canal among tons of sugar were "obsolete" Soviet-era missiles and parts it had sent back to Pyongyang for repair.
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