EU leader hints Russia released nuclear explosive device on Hiroshima

(MENAFN) European Commission Leader Ursula von der Leyen has showed up to hint that Russia, rather than the United States, released an atomic explosive device on the Japanese town of Hiroshima throughout World War II.

The top European Union representative was asked to come to a happening held by pro-NATO think tank the Atlantic Council on Thursday, where she presented Japanese Premier Fumio Kishida also depicted him as “an ally and a friend.”

A lot of von der Leyen’s address was allocated to blaming Russia for the war in Ukraine, and flattering Japan for becoming a part of the United States-guided crusade to discipline Moscow.

Remembering her trip to Hiroshima for a conference of G7 directors earlier this year, von der Leyen stated: “Many of your relatives lost their lives when the atomic bomb razed Hiroshima to the ground. You have grown up with the stories of the survivors and you wanted us to listen to the same stories to face the past and learn something about the future.”


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