S. Korean Authorities Accused of Patronizing GIs’ Environmental Pollution

Pyongyang, June 29 (KCNA) — The south Korean authorities are openly patronizing the GIs’ environmental pollution.

According to Segye Ilbo of south Korea on June 26, the present regime on June 23 made a “decision not to open to public the results” of the second and third investigations into the polluted underground water at Ryongsan U.S. military base and its vicinity and lodged an appeal against the court’s decision to do so.
An official of the south Korean Ministry of Environment reportedly said on June 26 that the regime decided not to “open to public” the results of investigation, asserting it is impossible without an agreement with the U.S.
This is a frontal challenge to the public denouncing GIs for worsening the environmental pollution in south Korea and an act of following in the footsteps of the former conservative regime which kept the humiliating policy of reading the face of its American master.

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