Pyongyang, April 22 (KCNA) — Members of the National Association for the Promotion of Japan-Korea Diplomatic Relations denounced Japan’s fabrication of “results of examination” of the remains of Megumi Yokota at a meeting held in Tokyo on April 8 to hear a report about their visit to the DPRK.
General Secretary of the association Haruki Wata warned against the biased reports of Japanese media which connived at a report of the British science magazine Nature. He said the one who examined the remains should appear before the media and give a correct explanation for a solution to the question.
And he said it was highly advisable for Japan to think and act discreetly as regards its moves to distort history.
Masashi Kimiya, assistant professor of Tokyo University, lamented that Japan was confusing science and politics in the matter of remains.
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