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South Korea will announce Tuesday its position on the “comfort women” deal with Japan that was meant to “finally and irreversibly” settle the issue when adopted two years ago but has since been criticized by the South Korean public.

Yonhap News Agency reported Monday, citing a South Korean government source, that Seoul will not demand the deal be renegotiated or totally scrapped, but will urge Tokyo to take certain actions to win greater Korean public acceptance.

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