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和訳してもらえませんか。

英字のニュースでわからないところがありました。 もしおわかりでしたら、和訳していただけないでしょうか。 よろしくお願いいたします。 In the past, the Foreign Ministry has helped dozens of Japanese spouses and former Korean residents of Japan who fled to China from North Korea return to Japan secretly with cooperation from Beijing.

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『過去に、外務省は多数の日本の配偶者を助けました。 また、北朝鮮からの中国へ逃れた人を、 北京から日本へ秘密にし入国させていた。』 このような内容だと思いますが。。。 自信なしです。

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