U.S. President Obama’s Visit To Japan: Intensified Apology Demanded For Nuclear Bombardment


The Historic Visit of U.S. President Barack Obama to Vietnam then Japan seeks to resolve lingering conflicts of American and Japan. Mr. President will apologize for the act of bombardment on Japan’s cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


United States President Barack Obama landed at tourist destination Ice Shima, Japan where he will reserve his seat for G7 summit, in Obama’s tour to Japan Mr. President will also made a visit to victims’ cities of Japan, Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

In a world level G7 summit, world’s seven vital industrial democracies will join each other at a single table launched on Thursday but seems to new plans or initiatives for any of major issues.

Seven leaders of different industrial democratic countries like the United States, Britain, France, Canada, Germany, Italy and Japan will highlight the political and environmental issue.

United States President expressed regrets over the killing of a young woman in Okinawa when U.S. President held a short meeting late on Wednesday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe after conducting a rap-style trip to Vietnam.

Mr. Obama expressed regrets at killing of young woman, As Obama is scheduled to hold meeting late Wednesday with Japanese Prime Minister, both discuss on the issue and planned a strategy to prevent employees of United States Military Bases in Japan.

Recent news depicts the arrest of a American civilian who suspected to have link with the murder of Japanese women.

U.S. President Barack Obama is set a schedule to get a glimpse of historic victim of Nuclear Bomb 71 years back, after wrapping up G7 summit.

Japan suffered from one of the most aggressive human tragedy because Nuclear Bomb and Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the huge violence of International human rights.

A strong demand from victim’s families came in light that United States President Barack Obama will have to apologize from Japan’s victims’ families.