Wednesday, May 1, 2013


S. Korea criticizes Japan's Restoration of Sovereignty Day

BEIJING, May 1 -- South Korea has criticized Japan’s move to mark the anniversary of "Restoration of sovereignty" and its return to the international community after World War Two.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Chao Tae-young says South Korea cannot understand Tokyo’s move to hurt the feelings of its neighbors. The event is seen as part of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s nationalist campaign.

During last year’s election, Abe and the LDP proposed the event. It marks the day in 1952 when the San Francisco Peace Treaty formally ended World War Two and the Allied Occupation. South Korea also passed a resolution to protest against last month’s visits by several Japanese cabinet members and 168 M-Ps to the Yasukuni shrine, where 14 Class A war criminals are enshrined. Yasakuni is seen as a symbol of Japan’s imperialist aggression.

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