Pyongyang, March 21 (KCNA) — A spokesman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on Mar. 21 as regards a recent false report released by the Japanese Sankei Shimbun (Internet) in which it linked the “case of a missing Macao woman” that took place in 1978 with the DPRK:
The DPRK does not know anything about the woman the story of whom was floated by the Japanese paper and who was said to be met by a south Korean. This diatribe is not worth any comment as it is nothing but a poor trick of the Japanese reactionaries to intensify the anti-DPRK smear campaign by charging the DPRK with another case of “abduction.”
The hypocritical nature of the recent charade is clearly proved by the fact that all of those involved in the farce are those ill-famed for their anti-DPRK plots and betes noires. Anti-DPRK tricksters of Japan are using even such human scum as a man in hiding for fear of punishment inside and outside Korea after stealing a huge amount of money in the north before the flight to other countries many years ago.
The Japanese reactionaries are so base and despicable that they are using even Jenkins in the anti-DPRK smear campaign, reneging on the promise made to the DPRK, despite the fact that he was sent to Japan as a humanitarian measure. It is, therefore, beyond any doubt that these tricksters can stoop to any infamy. No one in the world would believe such poor drama written and orchestrated by themselves as it lacks any evidence.
Japan would be well advised to honestly apologize for the unprecedentedly hideous crimes it committed against the Koreans in the past, well aware that its noisier anti-DPRK smear campaign over the non-existent “abduction case” would only add to its crimes
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