The President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, in his statement in Hiroshima, promised to carry out denuclearization.

In a message written in the visitor’s book of a museum he visited in Hiroshima, US President Joe Biden vowed to “strive for a world free of nuclear weapons.”

The G7 leaders’ summit continues in Hiroshima, southwest Japan. On the sidelines of the summit yesterday, the leaders visited the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and wrote their messages in the guest book.

The museum, which displays more than 100,000 exhibits and relics from the period of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945, was the scene of the first collective visit of the leaders of the G7.

In its latest statement, the Japanese government released messages the leaders had written in their national language in the museum’s guest book.

Accordingly, U.S. President Joe Biden pledged in his notepad message to “strive for a world free of nuclear weapons.”

“Together, let’s keep moving forward to the day when we can finally and permanently rid the world of nuclear weapons,” Biden said. Save your faith!” used his sayings.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wrote in his notebook: “Shakespeare tells us to ‘speak sad words.’ And yet language fails in the light of the bomb’s flashlight.”

Sunak said, “No words can describe the fear and suffering of the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But what we can say with all our heart and with all our soul is no more.”

After the visit, the leaders laid wreaths at the mausoleum built to commemorate the victims of the atomic bombing on the museum’s campus.

Biden became the second sitting US president to visit Hiroshima after the 1945 atomic bombing. Barack Obama visited Hiroshima in 2016.

By dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 and Nagasaki on August 9, 1945, the US claimed the lives of nearly 210,000 people.

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