Family members of Japanese still missing after being abducted by North Korea expressed indignation Saturday over Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's failure to gain new information regarding their kin.

Shigeru Yokota, whose daughter, Megumi, was abducted in 1977 at age 13, heads of a group of relatives of people believed kidnapped by North Korean agents. He said Koizumi's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il yielded "the worst imaginable" results and he "feels betrayed."

His wife, Sakie, said during a news conference in the evening that she was seething with anger after learning the outcome of the talks.