Japan urged to liquidate past crimes

Pyongyang, October 24 (KCNA) — More than 100 members of the South Korean Measure Council for the Volunteers corps issue held a rally in front of the Japanese embassy on Oct. 20 in demand of Japan’s liquidation of its past, according to a radio report from Seoul.

They held that South Korean “Prime Minister” Kim Jong Pil at projected talks with the Japanese Prime Minister should put forward the issues of liquidation of the Japanese past crimes including the issues of “comfort women for the army,” drafting and conscription.

They declared that the authorities’ moves to welcome the Japanese “Emperor” to South Korea, disregarding the crimes of the Japanese are unpardonable.

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