Repeal of “Agreement” on Sexual Slavery with Japan Urged in S. Korea

Pyongyang, January 2 (KCNA) — The “Peace Butterfly Taejon Action” of south Korea on Dec. 29 last year told a news conference before the statue of girl sexual slave in Taejon where it demanded the puppet authorities immediately repeal the humiliating “agreement” on the sexual slavery with Japan, according to media report.

The body disclosed that the “agreement” was made in secret between south Korea and Japan.
The speakers asserted that the “government” should put a blanket end to the treacherous “agreement”.
Then a press release was read out.
It said the “government” should urge the Japanese government to stop all acts of distorting and denying its history of sexual slavery.

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