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Japan’s ambassador to the U.S. reiterated Wednesday that the passage of a resolution in the U.S. Congress to seek a clear apology from Tokyo over the Japanese military’s use of sex slaves during the war would harm bilateral relations.

Ryozo Kato made the statement ahead of the resolution’s anticipated passage through a House of Representatives panel next week.

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