A-bomb survivor Setsuro Setsuko "The Bell in Canada on the Day of the Atomic Bomb" August 3 at 6:01
Siroko Saro, a hibakusha living in Canada who is accusing the abolition of nuclear weapons, revealed that it will be 75 years since the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the bell of the Canadian Capitol will be sung 75 times. .. Thurlow says it represents a growing awareness of nuclear weapons opposition in Canada.
Setsuro Setsuko was bombed in Hiroshima at the age of 13, and is currently continuing activities to appeal for the abolition of nuclear weapons based in Canada, and was exposed when the ICAN = International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017. Was the first person to give a speech at the award ceremony.
Thurlow attended an online meeting of the World Conference on the Prohibition of Atomic Bombs on the 2nd, and the peace tower bell of the Capitol in Ottawa, the capital of Canada, will be ringed on the day when the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I made it clear.
This initiative is being carried out by a Canadian civil society organization, which means that the bell will be rung 75 times, 75 years after the bombing.
It was the first time the Capitol bell was sounded on the day of the atomic bombing, and Sir Loh said, ``The effort to think about the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Canada represents a growing awareness of nuclear weapons opposition. I am talking."