U.S. demanding Japanese government to resolve ′comfort women′ issue: U.S. offici

U.S. demanding Japanese government to resolve ′comfort women′ issue: U.S. offici


The U.S. government says it′s urging Japan
to swiftly resolve the issue of Tokyo′s wartime sexual enslavement of women.
That′s what officials at the U.S. State Department told Kim Bok-dong a survivor
of Japan′s wartime sex slavery… during a meeting in Washington on Thursday.
Citing a civic activist travelling with Kim, Seoul′s Yonhap News Agency reports that
the officials expressed hopes for the issue to be resolved and added that President Obama
holds a clear stance about the matter. Kim, who is currently on a week-long trip
to the United States to raise awareness about the so-called ′comfort women′ issue,
is one of just 49 surviving victims in Korea.

2 comments

  1. The world can battle Abe and his right wing parties for distorting history, but can they also learn to forgive him?

  2. South Korea's anti-Japanese is national policy.
    Japanese hate Koreans, 75% of foreign welfare in Japan is due to parasite of Koreans.
    Americans must understand the essence.

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