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Repatriation of unconverted long-term prisoners demanded

Pyongyang, November 27 (KCNA) — Friendly Arab political parties and forces of the National Liberation Movement in Syria issued a joint statement on Nov. 20 demanding the repatriation of the unconverted long-term prisoners in South Korea.


The statement strongly demanded the South Korean authorities repatriate Kim In So, Ham Se Hwan, Kim Yong Thae and other unconverted long-term prisoners, who had been put to brutal torture and violence by them for several decades, to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

The friendly Arab political parties and forces of the National Liberation Movement in Syria will join the peace-loving people of the world in lifting high their voices solidarizing with the Korean people struggling for the country’s reunification, the statement declared.

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