Parliamentary worker is also president of the Franco-Korean friendship association
Intelligence agencies have arrested a senior French civil servant on suspicion of passing confidential information to North Korea, a judicial source has said.
Benoit Quennedey – who worked at the senate, the upper house of the French parliament – was taken into custody late on Monday, the source in Paris said. He is also the president of the Franco-Korean friendship association and has written books on the isolated nation.
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