Korean Wartime Sex Slaves Push Ahead For UN Resolution
It has been five years since the United States Congress passed a resolution seeking help for Korean comfort women who were sexually enslaved by the Japanese military during World War 2.
And as the US Congress resolution on Korean comfort women marks its fifth yearthe Korean society in America has announced that it will push ahead with plans to enforce an UN resolution.
The Korean society is seeking help from several US politicans as it plans the initiative in the name of the United States.
The resolution will recommend the Japanese government to officially apologize, acknowledge its historical responsibility, and educate Japanese future generations on 20th century's biggest human trafficking ever in history.
The community also hopes to make a joint statement with high-profile US politicians during a ceremony which marks the fifth year of the US Congress resolution.
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