S. Korean Bodies Demand Japan’s Apology for Past Crimes

Pyongyang, January 18 (KCNA) — Organizations of south Korea held a joint press conference outside the Japanese consulate general in Pusan on Jan. 15 to demand an apology from Japan for the past aggression crimes, according to the south Korean online paper Voice of People.

Charging that Abe said on Jan. 12 he would continue demanding the south Korean authorities implement the “agreement” on the sexual slavery for the imperial Japanese army, speakers said this revealed Japan’s intention not to reflect on the past war crimes.
They noted that Japan should make apology and reparation for its crimes committed against the Korean nation.

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