Monument to Victims of Sexual Slavery Erected in U.S.

Pyongyang, July 21 (KCNA) — The Association of Koreans in New Jersey of the U.S. reportedly had a monument to the victims of sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army erected.

The inscription on the monument reads that 200,000 women who were abducted and forced to live as sexual slaves by the Japanese army should be remembered and their dreadful condition should not be forgotten.
The speakers at its unveiling ceremony on July 19 said that such history and crime should not be repeated.

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