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Repatriation of unconverted long-term prisoners demanded

Pyongyang, December 3 (KCNA) — The Mexican Remember- President Kim Il Sung Fellowship Society, the Mexican Committee for Supporting Korea’s Reunification and the Mexico-DPRK Institute of Friendship and Cultural Interchange made public a joint statement on November 25 demanding the repatriation of the unconverted long-term prisoners in South Korea.


The statement condemned the South Korean authorities for having seriously abused human rights by forcing the unconverted long-term prisoners to spend almost all their lives behind bars for the mere reason that they refused to make “ideological conversion.”

What is more serious is that they have not yet taken any positive attitude to liquidate their crime-woven past though one century of human history is nearing its end, the statement noted, and continued:

The unconverted long-term prisoners have every right to go back to the beloved motherland and their families as they are victors who have preserved their revolutionary idea and will despite all manner of inhumane suppression.

The statement urged the South Korean authorities to unconditionally repatriate all the unconverted long-term prisoners without delay.

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