Hiroshima Bombing Survivor from 1945 Disapproves of Zelensky’s Visit to the City

Kunihiko Sakuma, one of the survivors of the American atomic bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945, said he was opposed to Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to the city under the current political circumstances.

“He could come in the future and see Hiroshima and see the remnants of the bombing. Under the current political conditions, it seems that there are very strong political motives behind the visit. Zelensky will make political deals in Hiroshima, and under these conditions, his visit cannot be accepted.”

Japan has assumed the chairmanship of the G7. From May 19 to 21, the city of Hiroshima will witness the activities of the group’s summit. According to Japanese media, about 24,000 police officers will ensure law and order in Hiroshima during the event.

In addition to the G7 countries, India, Australia, Brazil, South Korea, Vietnam and some other countries are invited to the Hiroshima summit.

Source: News

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