Congratulations to the government of South Korea! You have made the right decision:
Greenpeace East Asia executive director Mario Damato and another employee were
denied entry into the country on Monday.
Mario Damato was accompanying
Greenpeace International executive director Kumi Naidoo into the country on
Monday when they were denied entry at Incheon International Airport at roughly 2
p.m. on Monday.
Naidoo was allowed entry.
According to a Korea
Immigration Service officer, they received a request to deny entry to Greenpeace
officials from a government branch. The officer, on the condition of anonymity,
refused to disclose which branch it was.
The officer added that the
government branch had filed the request on the basis of “national
Greenpeace stated in a press release that they believe this
was an attempt by the Korean government to stop the organization from voicing
its opinion against the expansion of nuclear energy.
Read the entire article here
The only mistake was to allow Mr. Naidoo entry.