Nullification “Agreement” on Sexual Slavery Urged in S. Korea

Pyongyang, June 3 (KCNA) — The Pusan Federation of Women’s Organizations and the Pusan Women’s Action for Solution of the Issue of Sexual Slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army in south Korea held a Wednesday rally in Pusan on May 31.

Speakers at the rally called for proper settlement of the issue of sexual slavery for the imperial Japanese army.
Then the participants held a press conference in front of a girl’s statue in Pusan.
In a statement they demanded that the “agreement” on the sexual slavery issue, made without any sincere apology from the Japanese government, should be totally nullified and retracted. They also urged the Japanese government to admit the past crime related to the issue and make an official apology and legal reparation and the south Korean authorities to take a positive step for proper solution to the issue.

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