Abe swore that Japan would never participate in war


Japan will never take part in wars again, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said at a commemorative ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the surrender.

“We will continue to follow the oath never to take part in wars again,” stressed the head of the Cabinet.

Abe honored the memory of all Japanese who died during the Second World War. He noted that Japan is determined to continue cooperation with the world community, which will be aimed at solving a variety of problems.

Then the Emperor of Japan Naruhito spoke, expressing confidence that the Japanese will be able to overcome the coronavirus pandemic and any difficulties associated with it.

“With a feeling of deep remorse, I sincerely wish that participation in the war will never be repeated,” the Emperor of Japan also said.


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