Pyongyang, September 22 (KCNA) — People of different circles in south Korean are conducting actions for the repatriation of the DPRK’s women citizens who were abducted by the Park Geun Hye group of traitors, according to the south Korean online paper Tongil News.
The director of the Human Rights Centre of the Council of Christian Churches staged a demonstration outside the “government” building in Seoul on September 19 in demand of the probe into the truth behind the group abduction of women citizens.
He held that the “government” should settle the case on the principle of human rights and humanitarianism.
He declared that the members of his organization would conduct a demonstration every day in demand of the probe into the truth of the case.
On the same day representatives of various civic organizations held a “2017 Korean peninsula peace meeting” in Seoul at which they expressed their will to turn out in the movement for repatriation of the DPRK’s women citizens.
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