South Korea: Many organizations are working on animal rights. Whose only goal is to end the atrocities on animals or to stop them from being eaten. In this context, he seems to be getting great success in the Korean Peninsula. In fact, the South Korean government has said that it is planning to ban dog meat in the country by 2027. Let us tell you that awareness about animal rights is increasing among people here.
Yu Eui-dong, policy chief of the ruling People Power Party, held a meeting with government officials and animal rights activists. During this, he said that the time has come to end social conflicts and controversies by making a special act regarding the consumption of dog meat. Soon the government will bring a bill regarding this. Animal rights activists have also appreciated this step. He has called it a historic announcement.
‘This decision is like a dream come true for all of us’
In recent times, opposition to eating dog meat has intensified among people, especially the young generation. Humane Society International said in a statement that this decision is like a dream come true for all of us. We have worked hard to ban dog meat.