A message from Japanese Prime Minister Kishida that the G7 aims for peace and a nuclear-free world in Ukraine
The G7 Leaders’ Summit held in Hiroshima, hosted by Japan, came to an end. Host leader Kishida held a press conference at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.
Expressing his satisfaction with the participation of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy at the summit, Kishida noted that this gives a strong message regarding the Ukraine crisis.
G7 to Ukraine “unshakable solidarity”Kishida emphasized that they aim to establish a just and lasting peace in Ukraine.
Noting that they decided to strengthen sanctions against Russia’s offensive capabilities, Kishida also touched upon the importance of preventing sanctions from being avoided.
Expressing that China is being called on to “act responsibly” to the international community, Kisida said that the G7 countries should cooperate with China. “to establish constructive and stable relations”He said he was ready.
Stating that problems such as epidemics, food security and climate change were discussed at the summit, Kisida emphasized that contributing to the solution of these is the main mission of the G7.
“WORLD WITHOUT NUCLEAR”
For the summit in Hiroshima “historically significant”Kishida said that an agreement was reached on the goal of a world without nuclear weapons.
Noting that there should be no threat of nuclear weapons, let alone the use of nuclear weapons, in changing the status quo by force, Kisida said that this is necessary for the survival of humanity. “a fundamental issue”stated that.
disclosed in the peak margin “Hiroshima Vision”Mentioning the Person, “We are taking realistic steps towards our grandchildren’s ideal of living on a nuclear-free planet”said.
Stressing the importance of the G7 leaders to visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum together, Kishida said, “There is a difference between dreams and ideals. Ideals are attainable”used the phrase.
Kishida for preferring Hiroshima to host leaders, “There is no better place to convey such determination than in Hiroshima, which symbolizes a commitment to peace.”said.