Hiroshima welcomes US President Biden for private meeting

(MENAFN) leader Joe Biden entered Japan on Thursday with preparations to confidentially hold a meeting with Japanese Premier Fumio Kishida before the larger Group of Seven summit, an indication of how the financial and national security cooperation among both nations has improved.

Hiroshima is going to hold the meeting of biggest industrialized countries. The location of Hiroshima, where United States dropped the first nuclear bomb in 1945 throughout World War II, transfers new timbre while the United States, Japan and their associates plan to solve the Russia's current conflict in Ukraine.

The White House national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, stated that the Russian attack is approaching, and would be an important discussion in the meeting.

“There will be discussions about the battlefield,” Sullivan announced aboard Air Force One, underlining that the G-7 leaders are going to put efforts in removing any mistakes in the restrictions so their impact can be at its peak.


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