While Mr. Abe takes the Winter Olympics hostage, in a desperate measure to punish the ROK, he has hit a new low, yet again. What Japan needs in a leader today is integrity and commitment to humanity for a peaceful tomorrow.
President Moon Jae-in pledged to resolve a row over Japan’s wartime sex slavery “from the victim’s point of view,” Thursday, saying what was most important in tackling the issue was to address their feelings.
CWJC will continue to work with our allies in Japan, who share our common vision of justice and freedom from sexual slavery for all women and girls. Along with our allies in Japan, CWJC questions Mayor Yoshimura’s qualification to lead the City of Osaka to host the World Expo 2025, whose goal includes “promoting progress and fostering cooperation … to facilitate the understanding that citizens have about other nations and about future opportunities in a spirit of cooperation and optimism.”