Pyongyang, January 16 (KCNA) — A professor of Japan University laid bare the injustice of the “agreement” on the issue of sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army, according to the south Korean Kyunghyang Daily News.
Haruki Wada, honorary professor of Tokyo University, said at a lecture held at the hall of the House of Councillors in Tokyo on Jan. 13 that the Japanese chief executive made a surprise attack on the “agreement” between Japan and south Korea related to the issue of sexual slavery.
He went on:
What the Japanese chief executive wants is to evade the apology, cover up crimes and get approval from the U.S.
He failed to make a direct apology to victims.
The Japanese ambassador to south Korea did not pay even a single visit to the venue of Wednesday rally outside the Japanese embassy in Seoul. The Japanese government should make an apology to victims.
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