The three-day G3 Hiroshima Summit concluded on the afternoon of November 7 with Prime Minister Kishida, who served as the chairman, holding a press conference.

After the summit ended, the leaders of each country held a press conference and commented on the outcomes and impressions of the Summit.

What are the views of the leaders of the countries that participated in the Hiroshima Summit?

British Prime Minister Sunak: "Moved by Peace Park"

Prime Minister Sunak of the United Kingdom, who was participating in the G7 Hiroshima Summit, held a press conference in Hiroshima on the 21st.

Sending a powerful message:
Regarding President Zelensky of Ukraine's visit to the summit, he said, "It sent a powerful message about the solidarity and determination of the G7 and its allies.

He also pledged further military assistance from the United Kingdom to Ukraine and praised the U.S. acceptance of the provision of F-16 fighter jets by its allies as "a major step forward."

"There is no better place to discuss the importance of peace than Hiroshima.
I will never forget what happened here with a shattered tricycle and torn bloody school uniforms etched in my heart," he said, summing up this as "a historic summit where the leaders of the G7 renewed their commitment to peace, freedom and democracy."

"Prime Minister Kishida and the people of Japan should be proud that this summit was a great success, not only as an opportunity to demonstrate solidarity with the G7's support for Ukraine, but also by inviting countries from the so-called 'Global South.'"

At the
end, Prime Minister Sunaku expressed his gratitude to the Japan, saying, "Personally, it was fun and delicious to make okonomiyaki from Hiroshima, which is different from Tokyo and Osaka.

French President Emmanuel Macron "Conference of Unity"

President Emmanuel Macron of France praised the role of the Presidency and Japan in Hiroshima on the morning of March 21, saying, "This G7 is a meeting of solidarity in supporting Ukraine, and we strongly agreed, and Japan showed that this war plays a key role in showing that it is a war to protect the security of not only Europe but also the world."

"By speaking directly to countries with which Ukraine has had little interaction in the past, such as India, Indonesia and Brazil, Ukraine will remind the entire international community that support for the UN Charter, national sovereignty and territorial integrity is essential," he said.

"France will build peace and seek solutions. It is an honor of France to have the opportunity to speak in front of it, and it is its role as a diplomatic power."

German Chancellor Scholz: "Discussions in Hiroshima are correct"

German Chancellor Scholz told reporters on the 21st, "While Russia's terrible attack on Ukraine is still ongoing, it is right that we are discussing peace and security specifically in a symbolic place like Hiroshima."

"It is very important that the President of Ukraine is here, not only is there intensive consultations with the G7 countries, but also with the countries of the Global South to which we have been invited," he said.

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau: "We take the nuclear threat seriously"

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau held a press conference after the conclusion of the G7 Hiroshima Summit.

Ukraine considers more to be done:
Prime Minister Trudeau said that he had briefed on the latest situation in his meeting with Ukrainian President Zelensky, and "we exchanged views on how important it is to continue to lobby other countries to guarantee Ukraine's sovereignty." I said.

Regarding the U.S. acceptance of F-16 fighter jets by allies, he said, "Canada has already conducted extensive training with the Ukrainian military and is constantly looking to see if more can be done."

In addition, in relation to his visit to the Atomic Bomb Museum, he said,
"Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the daily nuclear threat of North Korea must be taken seriously. It was an opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to eliminating conflict."

U.S. President Biden: "Recognizing the Tragic Reality of Nuclear War"

U.S. President Joe Biden held a press conference after the conclusion of the G7 Hiroshima Summit.

Commenting on his visit to the Atomic Bomb Museum in
Hiroshima, he said, "It was a strong reminder of the tragic reality of nuclear war and our shared responsibility to never cease our efforts to build peace. We reaffirmed our determination to continue our efforts toward a world free of the threat of nuclear weapons."

"In a meeting with President Zelensky, the United States, along with allies and partners, told Ukrainian pilots that they would begin training fourth-generation fighters, including F-7 fighters. I said.