Discuss Japan > Timelines > Prime Minister Abe Shinzo attended the annual Nagasaki Peace Memorial Ceremony and said, “We who experienced the agony of atomic bombings not once but twice have, despite these ordeals, endured the suffering and the sorrow and raised ourselves to our feet once more, rebuilding our homeland and restoring Nagasaki as a beautiful city. Today is also a day on which we offer solace to the souls of the victims and extend our thanks for the strenuous efforts and achievements of our forebears.” (Source: Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet)
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Timelines  Aug 09, 2013

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo attended the annual Nagasaki Peace Memorial Ceremony and said, “We who experienced the agony of atomic bombings not once but twice have, despite these ordeals, endured the suffering and the sorrow and raised ourselves to our feet once more, rebuilding our homeland and restoring Nagasaki as a beautiful city. Today is also a day on which we offer solace to the souls of the victims and extend our thanks for the strenuous efforts and achievements of our forebears.” (Source: Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet)

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo attended the annual Nagasaki Peace Memorial Ceremony and said, “We who experienced the agony of atomic bombings not once but twice have, despite these ordeals, endured the suffering and the sorrow and raised ourselves to our feet once more, rebuilding our homeland and restoring Nagasaki as a beautiful city. Today is also a day on which we offer solace to the souls of the victims and extend our thanks for the strenuous efforts and achievements of our forebears.”
(Source: Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet)

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