Disclosure of Findings on Pollution in U.S. Military Base Urged in S. Korea

Pyongyang, December 20 (KCNA) — The People’s Solidarity for Revising Unequal SOFA in south Korea on Dec. 16 prompted the puppet Ministry of Environment to open the findings on pollution level in a U.S. military base, according to an online newspaper Tongil News.

The Bar Association for Democratic Society filed a suit against the minister of Environment who declined to open the findings, while making an excuse that if the findings are opened, it would impede the diplomatic performance with the U.S.
In a commentary the People’s Solidarity condemned the puppet Ministry of Environment for having refused to disclose the findings despite the court’s ruling.

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