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A nationwide protest against the South Korean government’s decision to hold a summit with Japan after announcing a solution to the forced mobilization issue will be held today (18th) at 2 pm in Seoul City Hall Plaza.

The ‘Korea-Japan Historical Justice Peace Action’, consisting of 611 civil society organizations, criticized the summit as one that sacrifices the human rights of victims in favor of national interests, emphasizing that Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga denied forced mobilization and refused to provide compensation or apologies.

Representatives from both the Democratic and Justice parties, Lee Jae-myung and Lee Jung-mi, will attend the event.

Following the protest, a march to the Japanese Embassy in Korea is planned at 3:10 pm.

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