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Topic - Kuni Sato
Japan's consulate general in Los Angeles is demanding that government officials in one California community put a stop to plans to erect a monument to World War II-era South Koreans who were forcibly used as "comfort women" to Japanese troops.
Kuni Sato, a press secretary for Japan's foreign ministry, said the nation had resolved the "comfort women" matter by providing compensation to rape victims who survived the ordeal.