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Ugandan Body Accuses S. Korean Authorities of Abducting DPRK Citizens

Pyongyang, May 15 (KCNA) — The south Korean authorities should immediately send the DPRK’s citizens, who were allured and abducted to south Korea in group, back to their country in the light of international law and humanitarianism.

The Ugandan National Executive Committee of the Pan-African Movement urged this in a statement on May 9.
The statement went on:
We can not repress the indignation at the south Korean authorities’ group allurement and abduction of the DPRK citizens.
The gangs of the Intelligence Service of south Korea deserve to be denounced by the world conscience and progressive mankind as they committed the hideous crime apparently in violation of justice and human rights.
We fully support the DPRK’s just demand for the repatriation of the abducted citizens to the folds of their beloved family members.

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