March 23, 2023

If Russia conducts nuclear attack, it will be a ‘crime against humanity’: Japanese PM

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Kishida described Putin’s threat to use nuclear weapons as “very disturbing”.
Kishida said the threat to use nuclear weapons was a serious threat to international peace.
Putin has made several indirect threats about the deployment of nuclear weapons.

Perth. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida warned on Saturday that Russia’s use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine would be seen as a crime against humanity. He described Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threat to use nuclear weapons as “very disturbing”. Kishida said Russia’s actions to threaten the use of nuclear weapons pose a serious threat to the peace and security of the international community and are completely unacceptable.

According to a news agency AFP news, speaking in Australia, Japan’s PM Fumio Kishida said that 77 years of non-use of nuclear weapons should not end. He said that if nuclear weapons were ever used, it would be a hostile action against humanity… the international community would never allow such an act.

Russia invaded Ukraine in February. Since then Russian President Putin has made several indirect threats about his desire to strategically deploy nuclear weapons. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said several times in the Ukraine war that has been going on for more than seven months that he will use all available means to defend Russia. All available means are believed to include nuclear weapons. To which America and its allies NATO countries have reacted strongly.

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In May next year, Fumio Kishida is expected to host the leaders of the G-7 countries in Hiroshima. The world’s first atomic bomb was dropped by the United States on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. 140,000 people were killed in this attack. Three days later, an atomic bomb was dropped on the second city of Nagasaki in Japan.

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