- G7 SUMMIT
Non-G7 Leaders Invited to Hiroshima Tour Peace Museum
13:56 JST, May 21, 2023
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida guided Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and six other leaders, who were invited to the Group of Seven summit, through the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum at the Peace Memorial Park on Sunday.
The group also laid flowers at the Cenotaph for the Atomic Bomb Victims.
According to sources, the tour was aimed to emphasize the importance of nuclear disarmament to the international community by inviting non-G7 countries, as well as G7 countries, to the museum and showing the reality of nuclear warfare.
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