G7 'Hiroshima Vision' for Nuclear Transparency Russia's Threats 'Not Allowed' - Summit Starts, Zelensky Visits Japan on 20th

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G7 'Hiroshima Vision' for Nuclear Transparency Russia's Threats 'Not Allowed' - Summit Starts, Zelensky Visits Japan on 20th

 

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (front right) and U.S. President Joe Biden (front left) pose for a commemorative photo at the working lunch of the G7 Hiroshima Summit at the Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima (representative) in Minami Ward, Hiroshima City, on the afternoon of the 19th. photographing)

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (front right) and U.S. President Joe Biden (front left) pose for a commemorative photo at the working lunch of the G7 Hiroshima Summit at the Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima (representative) in Minami Ward, Hiroshima City, on the afternoon of the 19th. photographing)

  • Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is interviewed by reporters on the afternoon of the 19th in Minami Ward, Hiroshima City (representative photo)

 The G7 Hiroshima Summit started on the 19th, and discussions were held at a hotel in Hiroshima City. Announced the G7 Leaders' Hiroshima Vision, which appeals to transparency in nuclear force data for nuclear disarmament. Regarding the Ukraine crisis, the leaders issued a statement stating that the threat or use of nuclear weapons by Russia is "unacceptable." Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also visit Japan on the 20th and attend the meeting on the 21st.

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 Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters at the end of the first day's deliberations, "We confirmed the unwavering unity of the G7 and agreed to uphold the international order based on the rule of law." He described the Hiroshima Vision as "the first independent G7 leaders' document focusing on nuclear disarmament," and emphasized that it shows the G7 leaders' determination to achieve "a world without nuclear weapons."
 Regarding China, which is becoming increasingly coercive, Prime Minister Abe recognizes the importance of "building constructive and stable relationships through dialogue, cooperating on global issues while seeking responsible behavior." He revealed that he agreed with each leader. He also confirmed the "importance of peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait."
 The Hiroshima Vision welcomed the "Hiroshima Action Plan" advocated by the prime minister last summer, including the continuation of the non-use of nuclear weapons. By pointing to China, he expressed concern over the lack of transparency in building up its nuclear arsenal. He also encouraged dialogue between nuclear-weapon states and non-nuclear-weapon states.
 A summit statement on Ukraine "condemns in the strongest terms" Russia's continuing aggression and calls for an immediate, complete, and unconditional withdrawal. They agreed to strengthen sanctions against Russia and continue to support Ukraine. It also included strengthening cooperation to prevent third parties from supplying weapons to Russia.
 At the beginning of the discussion, the prime minister said, "We will contribute to the realization of a harmonious international community, rather than division and confrontation." He appealed for greater engagement with emerging and developing countries, known as the "Global South," and gained support. On the other hand, each leader agreed to establish a framework "Hiroshima AI Process" for creating international rules regarding generative AI.
 represented by "chat GPT" of conversational AI (artificial intelligence). It was agreed that the ministers in charge would discuss the matter and report on it within the year.
 Prior to the discussion, the prime minister welcomed U.S. President Joe Biden and others at Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. For the first time, all G7 leaders visited the Peace Memorial Museum (Atomic Bomb Museum) and met with atomic bomb survivors. On the 20th, the leaders of invited countries, including South Korea and India, will discuss food issues. It will end on the 21st with the adoption of a summit statement. The prime minister is also arranging individual talks with Zelensky.

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