S. Korean Body Blasts Japanese Authorities’ Discrimination against Korean Schools

Pyongyang, December 11 (KCNA) — The Citizens’ Meeting for Protecting Campus and Children of south Korea held a news conference before the Japanese embassy in Seoul on Dec. 8 in denunciation of the Japanese government’s discriminative policy toward Korean schools, according to the south Korean online paper Tongil News.

Speakers said that Korean residents in Japan are under national and educational discrimination.
The organization in a press release demanded that Japan ensure the equal right to learn by the application of tuition waiver program and the resumption of payment of subsidies to Korean schools in Japan.

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