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NHK's “Peace Bell” sounds to resolve conflicts around the world | NHK News


At the United Nations headquarters where the United Nations General Assembly opened, an annual ceremony was held to ring the “Peace Bell” in front of “International Peace Day”.

At the United Nations, ringing the “bell of peace” and praying for dispute resolution around the world, September 21 5:52


At the United Nations headquarters where the UN General Assembly opened, an annual ceremony was held to ring the “Peace Bell” in front of “International Peace Day”, and Secretary General Guterres hoped to resolve disputes that continued around the world.

The Peace Bell was presented to the United Nations in 1954 at the call of Chiyoharu Nakagawa, Ehime Prefecture, who worked on peace activities.

The bell is made by melting the coins of the UN member states at the time with a wish for peace and friendship.

At the United Nations headquarters in New York, a ceremony is held every year to ring the bell in conjunction with International Peace Day on September 21.

The ceremony held on the 20th was attended by Mr. Guterres, Japan's Ambassador Bessho, and Midori Gojima, a global violinist and UN peace messenger.

Secretary General Guterres greeted, “Controversies continue around the world and tensions are growing. We ask all fighters to put their weapons in”.

After that, I called on the "Peace Bell" and hoped that the conflicts of ethnicities and religions behind the conflict would be resolved.

At the United Nations headquarters, a general debate speech will be held on the 24th of next week by leaders from each country, and opinions will be exchanged on the situation in Iran, where tensions with the United States continue to be tensioned, and North Korea's response to denuclearization, etc. It is supposed to be.

Source: nhk

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