Thursday, 21 April 2016

Spokesman for DPRK Red Cross Society Urges S. Korea to Send Back Citizens of DPRK

 Pyongyang, April 21 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Central Committee of the Red Cross Society of the DPRK issued a statement Thursday denouncing the Park Geun Hye group for challenging the just demand of the DPRK to immediately send back the citizens of the DPRK who were allured and abducted in group.
    We already strongly urged the Park Geun Hye group to apologize for the thrice-cursed crimes committed by it by alluring and abducting in group the citizens of the DPRK and immediately send them back, the statement said, and went on:
    But the south Korean authorities are not sending them back to the folds of their families while citing such sophism as "far-fetched assertion" and "stop to threatening".
    Park Geun Hye, in particular, uttered "group defection from the north" and "effect of sanctions" at her first appearance from Chongwadae after her party's heavy defeat in the recent puppet National Assembly election.
    This is an unpardonable provocation against the DPRK and a mockery of the public opinion at home and abroad as it is a last-ditch effort of those much upset by the disclosure of their unprecedented unethical crimes before the world.
    The recent case is premeditated and organized group abduction which Park committed by mobilizing gangsters of the puppet Intelligence Service.
    It is exactly for this reason that those of the Intelligence Service are applying news blackout to prevent the voices of the DPRK citizens whom they allured to south Korea from being heard by media.
    We have detailed data concerning the recent abduction and are fully ready to disclose them before the world.
    The families who have their beloved daughters abducted in broad daylight are earnestly asking for direct contact with them as early as possible.
    We will send the parents to Panmunjom or to Seoul, if necessary, so that they could meet face to face with their daughters.
    What we want is to let the daughters meet their parents and directly clarify their stand.
    If the puppet group declines our just demand, it will just mean self-admitting the group abduction.
    If the puppet group does neither respond to the demand for the direct contact with parents nor send back the citizens of the DPRK while keeping them in custody, we, as we have already warned, will launch strong retaliatory action with various methods against the group of traitors including Chongwadae, the chief culprit of the abduction. -0-

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