Pyongyang, March 10 (KCNA) — Matsubara, Japanese minister in charge of “abduction issue”, went so impudent as to speak ill of the agreement reached at the 3rd high-level talks between the DPRK and the U.S.
As far as the humanitarian aid by the U.S. for the DPRK is concerned, he said it is necessary to continue imposing sanctions upon the DPRK, claiming that the U.S. should seriously consider the mind of the families of victims to abduction opposing all the humanitarian assistance.
His claim is nothing but sheer nonsense of a maniac going reckless, unaware of the trend of the times.
Increasingly loud voices are being heard from different countries of the world calling upon Japan to redeem its past crimes.
On December 14, 2011 alone, people of more than 40 cities from nine countries and regions including the U.S., Germany, Canada and Italy waged solidarity actions to demand Japan make an official apology and reparation for the crimes of sexual slavery committed by the Imperial Japanese Army.
A monument erected in New Jersey, the U.S., discloses the unprecedented crimes related to the sexual slavery perpetrated by the Imperial Japanese Army.
Steadily turning its face away from such a call of the international community, Japan is making desperate efforts to cover up its past crimes citing the “abduction issue” that had already been solved.
The more indiscreet such an imbecile as Matsubara, ignorant of the nature of the DPRK-Japan relation, becomes in his acts to win popularity under the veil of the minister in charge of “abduction issue”, the worse the relations between the two countries will become.
See the following related article:
“Japanese hidden colonial-style crimes against Koreans in Japan continue“: http://www.4thmedia.org/2012/03/08/japanese-government%e2%80%99s-hidden-colonial-style-crimes-against-korean-ethnic-minorities-in-japan-continue/