Pyongyang, December 3 (KCNA) — Koreans under “Mindan” held meetings in different parts of Japan to express solidarity with the South Korean people who are struggling for the abolition of the “security law,” according to a Koreans’ paper Minjok Sibo published in Japan.
Speakers at the meetings said that struggle for the abolition of the “security law” is being steadily escalated into a mass movement in South Korea and noted that 100,000-signature campaign actively conducted by Koreans in Japan is greatly inspiring the struggle.
They expressed the belief that the Koreans in Japan will continue to wage the struggle for solidarity with the South Korean people in their struggle for the total abolition of the evil law.
The participants in the meetings hardened their will to struggle more vigorously for the abrogation of the evil law, singing “song of abolition of the ‘ security law ‘” popular among South Korean people from all walks of life these days.
At a meeting held in Tokyo on Nov. 7, a document demanding the abrogation of the “security law” and so on was sent to the present South Korean chief executive.
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