S. Korean Bodies Hit Japan for Denying Past Crimes

Pyongyang, January 26 (KCNA) — The Council for the Solution of the Issue of the Volunteers Corps and the Justice Preserving Foundation for Settling the Issue of Sexual Slavery of the Imperial Japanese Army in south Korea on Thursday made public a joint statement to denounce Japan for denying its past war crimes.

The statement charged that the Japanese government has persistently denied the crime-woven war history in disregard of the victims of the sexual slavery.
Not content with this, Abe is going to visit south Korea to force the authorities to implement the “agreement” on the sexual slavery issue, the statement noted.
The statement urged the south Korean “government” to immediately dissolve the “foundation for reconciliation and recovery” and return a billion yen to Japan.

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