North Korea’s Human Rights Issues not on Summit Agenda

Thank you to Al Jazeera’s Wooyoung Lee for this piece regarding the upcoming summit.

The agenda for the third inter-Korean summit scheduled for April 27 is unlikely to have North Korean human rights issues despite calls for the inclusion by more than 200 NGOs earlier this week. …


“Time is ticking by to resolve the human rights-related issues,” said Hwang In-cheol, head of the 1969 KAL Abductees’ Families Association, whose father was kidnapped along with around 50 passengers on-board a Korean Air flight in 1969.

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