G7 Hiroshima Summit: Were the Voices of the People Heard?
The G7 Hiroshima Summit was held in May. Amid the growing threat of the use of nuclear weapons, world leaders gathered at the site of the first atomic bombing in wartime. The agenda included nuclear disarmament. But when the 'Hiroshima Vision' was publicized, voices of anger and disappointment spread among the people of Hiroshima including Hibakusha, the atomic bomb survivors. NHK followed these people who had been trying to convey their messages to the leaders at Hiroshima.

Fujiwara Kiichi (Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo / Chair, Hiroshima Round Table)