WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives has adopted a nonbinding resolution urging the president to help negotiate damages lawsuits filed by former U.S. prisoners of war against Japanese firms over forced labor during World War II, congressional officials said Monday.
Adopted unanimously, the resolution calls for the administration to make efforts to open a dialogue between the plaintiffs and the Japanese companies to settle the lawsuits.
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