Japan’s PM visits Bucha: I feel great anger at atrocities committed here

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Ukrainska Pravda

During his trip to Ukraine, Fumio Kishida, Prime Minister of Japan, presiding nation in the Group of Seven (G7), visited the city of Bucha in Kyiv Oblast, which became one of the main symbols of the atrocities committed by the Russian occupiers. Source: Reuters Quote from Kishida: “The world was astonished to see innocent civilians in Bucha killed one year ago. I really feel great anger at the atrocity upon visiting that very place here.” All photos by Reuters Details: He laid a wreath outside a church before observing a moment of silence and bowing. Bucha Mayor Anatolii Fedoruk telling Kishid…

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