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National discrimination policy of Japan condemned

 

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Saitama City authorities of Japan reportedly excluded the kindergarten of Korean Junior Middle School in Saitama City from the supply of masks for preventing "COVID-19" to sanatoriums for the aged, nurseries and kindergartens in the city on the 10th.

What merits indignation is the city authorities' insistence that "the supply of masks is not applicable to the Korean kindergartens" and "if masks are supplied, they may be resold".

Such discriminative practices can be seen in different parts of Japan. 

Japanese citizens abuse that the state and local self-governing bodies are conspiring with each other to discriminate Koreans even in the issue related with life and health. 

The Chairman of the Saitama Prefectural Headquarters and other officials of the headquarters and branch offices of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan, the head and teaching staff of the kindergarten of the Korean Junior Middle School in Saitama City, directors and patrons of the educational council of the school, the Chairman of the Korean Human Rights Association in Japan, lawyers and other officials of the General Association and Japan-resident Koreans are waging a struggle denouncing the Saitama City authorities of Japan for their impertinent national discrimination.

They formed a group of protestors and staged a protest action in front of the Saitama City Office on the 11th, strongly urging the city authorities to cancel their unjust measures and immediately include the kindergarten of the Korean school in the list of those to be supplied with masks.

According to a report, 159 civic and public organizations and people of broad stripes in south Korea held a press conference before the Japanese embassy in Seoul on the 13th, vehemently denouncing the immoral discrimination of the Japanese authorities that excluded the kindergarten of the Korean Junior Middle School from the list of those to be supplied with masks. They stressed that the Japanese government should supply masks to the kindergartens of Korean schools and make a sincere apology and legal compensation for its violence and discrimination.

 

 

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