S. Korean Bodies Demand Repatriation of DPRK Women Citizens

Pyongyang, June 17 (KCNA) — More than 30 organizations of south Korea including the Human Rights Centre of the Council of Christian Churches held a press conference in Seoul on June 14 in demand of unconditional repatriation of women citizens of the DPRK, according to Yonhap News.

Speakers at the press conference noted that the demand for the repatriation of Kim Ryon Hui and 12 women citizens of the DPRK detained in south Korea is growing stronger among the people of different social strata.
They called for strict probe into the truth behind the group abduction of women citizens and punishment of those responsible for the case.
They urged the “government” to strive for their immediate repatriation.

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