North Korea should immediately provide information on Japanese citizens it kidnapped in the 1970s and ’80s, rather than waiting for Tokyo to set a deadline, the prime minister said Tuesday. Japan has been demanding further details on the missing victims since human remains that Pyongyang claimed were those of two abductees were tested by Japanese experts, and turned out to be from other people. North Korea in turn accused Japan of faking the DNA test results. “We are reviewing the materials now, and as soon as the review is over, we will clarify what the problems are and urge sincere response from North Korea,” Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi told reporters. Full Story
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