Japanese Detained in DPRK for Their Crimes
Pyongyang, May 4 (KCNA) -- The Korean Central News Agency Wednesday issued the following report:
Masaki Furuya, former representative managing director of JP Dairin Co. Ltd., Hidehiko Abe, representative managing director of Realise Co. Ltd, of Japan, and Takumi Hirooka, managing director of Sugita Industrial Co. Ltd, of Japan, were put in custody by a relevant body on charges of drug trafficking and counterfeit after entering Rason City of the DPRK on March 14.
They admitted their crimes and their gravity.
Masaki Furuya had already been expelled from the DPRK and the two Japanese are called to legal accounts.
What they did is a very grave violation of the law of the DPRK and international law and they will, therefore, face proper legal actions.