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Indian Body Denounces S. Korean Authorities' Unethical Crime
Pyongyang, June 12 (KCNA) -- The All India Indo-Korean Friendship Association made public a statement on June 7 denouncing the south Korean puppet forces for alluring and abducting a group of citizens of the DPRK.

The statement urged the UN high commissioner for Human Rights and the president of the UN Human Rights Council to take measures to make the south Korean authorities immediately send back the women of the DPRK whom they took to south Korea after alluring and abducting them in daylight in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, China early in April.

It continued:

We hold that the south Korean authorities should take immediate practical measures to enable the parents of the daughters to go to Seoul for face-to-face meeting with them.

The south Korean authorities are simply repeating the assertion about "their voluntary defection from the north" while blocking abductees' interview with media. This behavior is an unethical act of infringing upon the elementary right stipulated in the World Declaration on Human Rights and relevant international human rights convention.

We demand the UN and international human rights bodies call into question the south Korean authorities' unethical crime and take measures for sending the abductees back home as early as possible.

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