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U.S.-Iran retaliation exchanges Concern over Iran's nuclear weapons development Nagasaki

2020-01-09T04:13:28.523Z

As Iran retaliates against U.S. forces stationed in Iraq, Nagasaki in the bombed area appeals for peace on the 9th of the month after the bombing…



U.S.-Iran retaliates over concerns of Iran's nuclear weapons development Nagasaki, January 9, 13:04

As Iran retaliates against U.S. forces stationed in Iraq, a bombing attack in Nagasaki called for peace on the 9th of every month following the bombing of the atomic bomb. There were concerns about the exchange and the progress of nuclear weapons development by Iran.

Since August 9, 1945, when the U.S. military dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Nagasaki, various activities were being carried out every month to appeal for the abolition of nuclear weapons and peace, and Iran retaliated against U.S. forces stationed in Iraq. During the attack, we reached the first nine days.

At Peace Park, at 11:02 am when the atomic bomb was broken, one of the A-bomb survivor groups, the Nagasaki A-bomb survivor handbook friend, called on tourists to participate and rang the "Nagasaki Bell". .

One of the A-bomb survivors who participated in the activity stated, "The retaliation for retaliation will be a war. I want you to stop doing this. I want you not to return to that age of war."

`` This situation may not develop into a further crisis as the U.S. and Iran meet, but this has led Iran to increase uranium enrichment for the development of nuclear weapons. I'm worried that we won't go back to proceeding. "

Source: nhk

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