LFNKR

(redirected from Life Funds for North Korean Refugees)
AcronymDefinition
LFNKRLife Funds for North Korean Refugees (Tokyo, Japan)
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Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, a Tokyo-based nongovernmental organization that had been working to secure the teens safe passage to the third country, said they were released Tuesday from a jail in the Lao capital Vientiane and taken to the South Korean Embassy there.
It should be (discussed), but it's a minor issue between them,'' said Hiroshi Kato, secretary general of the Tokyo-based Life Funds for North Korean Refugees.
The refugees, all of whom were caught in Beijing trying to break into the South Korean consulate, were sent back after being in a Chinese border-area detention center for seven to 10 days, said Hiroshi Kato, secretary general of Life Funds for North Korean Refugees in Tokyo.
According to a statement from Tokyo-based nongovernmental organization Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, eight people, or one less than reported by the U.
A witness who contacted Life Funds for North Korean Refugees said the asylum-seekers left the school against their will.
The Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, a Japan-based nongovernmental organization, said the man tried to seize a weapon.
The Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, which has accused China of siding with North Korea in handling these cases, has sent a statement about the death to the U.
Nakagawa wants to give Noguchi, who belongs to the Japanese NGO Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, letters from nongovernmental organizations.
Meanwhile, Hiroshi Kato, secretary general of Japanese organization Life Funds for North Korean Refugees (LFNKR), highlighted the plight of his colleague, Takayuki Noguchi, aged 32, who was detained in Nanning, southwestern China, along with two North Koreans who were residents of Japan before moving to North Korea.
Hiroshi Kato, a member of Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, said his and other NGOs tackling the issue have so far been able to identify 113 North Korean escapees and seven NGO activists and supporters who have been detained by China.
Kato, the head of the Tokyo-based Life Funds for North Korean Refugees, has been missing since last Wednesday when he and Mizuta checked out of a hotel in Dalian.
In Tokyo, the Life Funds for North Korean Refugees said Chinese authorities also detained a North Korean man along with Kato.