Hiroshima (Japan) (EFE).- The first session of the G7 summit began this Friday in the city of Hiroshima (western Japan) with the focus on the world economy and after the leaders visited the Museum and Park of the Peace and pay their respects to the victims of the atomic bombing.
That first session of the G7 consists of a working lunch between the leaders of Japan, the United States, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and Italy, at the luxurious Grand Prince Hotel, located on the island of Ujina, five kilometers from the center of Hiroshima. , and without access to the press.
Hiroshima, the first city to be bombed with a nuclear weapon on August 6, 1945, is the site of the 49th meeting of the Group of Seven, which is held between May 19 and 21 and where it is intended to command a strong message for peace and against nuclear weapons in the context of the war in Ukraine.
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