Friday, 3 June 2016

DPRK Red Cross Society Blasts S. Korean Regime's Another Unpardonable Abduction of Citizens of DPRK

 Pyongyang, June 2 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Central Committee of the Red Cross Society of the DPRK issued a statement Thursday slamming the south Korean puppet forces for kicking off another stereotyped and madcap anti-DPRK racket, claiming that three employees of the DPRK restaurant abroad have "defected from the north" and "sanctions" against the DPRK are proving "effective."
    The conclusion is that this incident, too, was the organized and premeditated abduction by gangsters of the puppet National Intelligence Service of south Korea (NIS) as was the case with the allurement and abduction of 12 citizens of the DPRK in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province of China in April, the statement said, and went on:
    We have sufficient materials on the despicable and cunning operation conducted by gangsters of the NIS to allure and abduct two employees serving at Pyongyang Sonbong Restaurant in Weinan City, China by forging their identities since long ago.
    The gangsters of the NIS carefully worked out the operation in advance and lured DPRK citizens into a market before disappearing by car which had been ready for them. They used several cars to take DPRK citizens to Thailand by illegally crossing the Chinese border and through Laos without passports. Then they committed thrice-cursed act of taking DPRK citizens to Seoul.
    The allurement and abduction clearly proves that the puppet forces of south Korea are the most hideous human rights abusers and cruel international terrorists.
    All the service personnel and people of the DPRK will never pardon the ceaseless hair-raising allurement and abduction by the puppet forces but force them pay a high price without fail.
    The puppet forces should apologize to the DPRK for the abduction, sternly punish the criminals, stop at once all the base moves such as alluring and abducting citizens of the DPRK to south Korea and send back all abductees without delay. -0

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