Some days ago, a member of the organization against Japan’s sexual crime expressed that Japan ought to make an apology and assume full responsibility for its war crimes.
He exposed that newly-appointed Japanese Prime Minister offered tributes to Yaskuni Shrine on Oct.17 through his face book and condemned that Japan had no intention to apology for its past crimes.
The Japanese Prime Minister made absurd remarks to evade judgment of the south Korean Supreme Court on indemnity for labor conscription forced by the Japanese Imperialist and comfort woman.
The war crimes committed by Japan including sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army go against the international principle of human rights and law and it has no statute of limitations, he noted.
He demanded the Japanese authorities admit its crimes and should make sincere attitude toward its past crime.