Overseas network, August 10 (Kyodo News Agency) reported on the 10th that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe addressed the peace ceremony held in Hiroshima and Nagasaki on the 6th and 9th respectively, but the contents were accused of being similar, causing dissatisfaction among the victims of nuclear explosion. The report also sparked heated discussion among Japanese netizens. Some netizens said that Kyodo news agency was too real and the content of the speech was similar. Some netizens said that what should be paid attention to was not the content of the speech, but the expectation for peace.
Kyodo News Agency reported that there were two speeches published on the official homepage of the Japanese Prime Minister’s office. After comparison, it can be found that, in addition to the words praising the reconstruction of the two cities after the nuclear explosion, and the names of “Hiroshima” and “Nagasaki” are different, the paragraphs, structures and wording of the two articles are very similar. In the last paragraph of the two articles, “we will continue to pray for permanent peace” and “make every effort to achieve a nuclear weapon free world and permanent peace”, and so on.
Japanese netizens expressed different views on the report. One netizen said that this kind of behavior was very impolite to the victims of the nuclear explosion, and Abe’s attitude in his speech was also unsatisfactory. However, one netizen claiming to be from Hiroshima said that he did not care about the content of the speech and there was no need to compare it; another said that he was also attacked If there is a difference between the booming cities, it will be very strange. If it is true, it will be said that they are treated differently. (overseas net king Xiluo)