At the G7 Hiroshima Summit last month, after the leaders of various countries visited the Atomic Bomb Museum in Hiroshima, we learned that Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau had visited again on the last day of his stay.

On March 7, the day the G19 Hiroshima Summit kicked off, the leaders of the G7 countries visited the Atomic Bomb Museum in Hiroshima City and inspected the museum for about 40 minutes.

According to the Embassy of Canada in Tokyo, Prime Minister Trudeau then visited again on the afternoon of the 21st, the last day of his stay, hoping to take a closer look at the exhibits.

The Canadian Embassy in Tokyo said, "We would like to withhold details as this is a private visit."

According to the Japan government, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau wrote in his list when he visited the Atomic Bomb Museum on the 19th, "Canada solemnly condolences and respects the many lives lost, the unspoken grief of the A-bomb survivors, and the immense suffering of the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

At a press conference held on the 21st after the conclusion of the summit, he stated, "We must take seriously the invasion of Ukraine by Russia and the daily nuclear threat posed by North Korea, and it was an opportunity for each country to reaffirm not only to realize a world without nuclear weapons, but also to eliminate conflicts."