October 6, 2022

Kaoru Hasuike, who was kidnapped by North Korea in 1978 and returned to Japan in 2002, expressed frustration over how efforts to resolve the kidnapping problem have “largely failed.”

“If reuniting victims with their dad and mom is an important resolution to the kidnapping problem, that has largely failed,” Hasuike, 64, mentioned, referring to the deaths of victims’ dad and mom in recent times.

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