Discuss Japan > Timelines > Prime Minister Abe Shinzo offered prayers at Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery and attended the annual Memorial Ceremony for the War Dead. PM Abe said in his address, “We will carve out the future of this country as one full of hope, as we face history with humility and engrave deeply into our hearts the lessons that we should learn. We will make contributions to lasting world peace… and spare no effort in working to bring about a world in which all people are able to live enriched lives.”
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Timelines  Aug 15, 2013

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo offered prayers at Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery and attended the annual Memorial Ceremony for the War Dead. PM Abe said in his address, “We will carve out the future of this country as one full of hope, as we face history with humility and engrave deeply into our hearts the lessons that we should learn. We will make contributions to lasting world peace… and spare no effort in working to bring about a world in which all people are able to live enriched lives.”

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo offered prayers at Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery and attended the annual Memorial Ceremony for the War Dead.
PM Abe said in his address, “We will carve out the future of this country as one full of hope, as we face history with humility and engrave deeply into our hearts the lessons that we should learn. We will make contributions to lasting world peace… and spare no effort in working to bring about a world in which all people are able to live enriched lives.”

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