• Kyodo, staff report


UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee on Thursday adopted a resolution stating that Japan has failed to provide a sufficient explanation about wartime workers from the Korean Peninsula at its Tokyo information center on industrial locations listed as World Cultural Heritage sites.

The adoption of the resolution came during a virtual session of the committee that started on July 16.

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