Basketball men's B league semifinal Ryukyu and Chiba advance to the final
The semi-finals of the basketball men's B League championship were held, and the Ryukyu Golden Kings and Chiba Jets each won two straight games to advance to the finals.
Mr. Zelensky “Bakhmut resembles former Hiroshima” [Full press conference video]
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who attended the G7 Hiroshima Summit, held a press conference in Hiroshima on the night of the 21st and said, "The destruction that is occurring in Ukraine's Bakhmut and the photos of Hiroshima in the past are similar." After denouncing it again, he showed his determination to revive Ukraine in the future, including Bakhmut, a fierce battlefield in the east. (The video is 33 minutes and 31 seconds. Not available on data broadcasting.)
President Biden stresses start of F16 fighter training for Ukrainian soldiers
U.S. President Biden held a press conference after the end of the G7 Hiroshima Summit, and after confirming unwavering support for Ukraine, which is being invaded by Russia, among G7 members, along with allies and others, trained Ukrainian soldiers with F16 fighter jets. emphasized to start
Grand sumo summer place 8th day Yokozuna Terunofuji wins 8 consecutive wins and becomes the sole top
On the 8th day of the Chunichi Grand Sumo Summer Tournament, yokozuna Terunofuji defeated Kotokatsuho on the flat curtain and won 8 consecutive wins from the first day to become the sole leader.
Athletics Golden Grand Prix men's 110m hurdles Shunsuke Izumiya wins
Shunsuke Izumiya won the men's 110-meter hurdles at the international athletics competition "Golden Grand Prix" with a good time of 13.07 seconds, approaching his own Japanese record of 0.01 seconds. American Fred Curley won the men's 100m with a time of 9.91 seconds, and the top Japanese player was Ryuichiro Sakai, who finished third.
Summary of Leaders' Remarks
The G7 Hiroshima Summit, which was held over three days, closed on the afternoon of the 21st with Prime Minister Kishida, who chaired the summit, holding a press conference. After the summit ended, the leaders of each country held press conferences and other events, and made remarks about the summit's achievements and impressions. What do the leaders of the participating countries think of the Hiroshima Summit? Summary.
Closing of the G7 Hiroshima Summit How the Hibakusha Reacted
This is how the hibakusha reacted to the closing of the G7 Hiroshima Summit.
Self-driving "Level 4" operation on public roads started Nation's first Fukui Eiheiji Town
Operation of "Level 4" vehicles that perform fully automated driving under specific conditions has started on public roads in Eiheiji Town, Fukui Prefecture. It is the first time in Japan that the "Level 4" service, which was lifted last month, will start operating.
U.S. President "Aiming for a world without the threat of nuclear weapons" at post-summit press conference
U.S. President Biden held a press conference after the end of the G7 Hiroshima Summit and commented on his visit to the Atomic Bomb Museum in Hiroshima, saying, "We share the tragic reality of nuclear war and our common commitment to never stop working to build peace. I reaffirmed my determination to continue working together with the G7 leaders to create a world free from the threat of nuclear weapons."
G7 President Volodymyr Zelensky joins the discussion on the theme of "Peace and Stability"
The G7 Hiroshima Summit was expanded with the participation of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the heads of invited countries such as India. At the meeting, we shared the position that unilateral attempts to change the status quo by force will not be tolerated anywhere in the world.
Prime Minister Kishida begins summit meeting with President Zelensky
Prime Minister Kishida is attending a summit meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Prime Minister Kishida said, "We will walk together to restore peace to the beautiful land of Ukraine," and called for an exchange of opinions on future cooperation.
Chuo Expressway Accident involving 5 passenger cars and 5 large trucks 9 injured
On the afternoon of the 21st, there was an accident involving a total of five passenger cars and large freight vehicles on the Chuo Expressway in Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture, and nine people, including children, were injured and taken to the hospital. According to the police and fire department, all of them were conscious at the time of transportation and it seems that there is no danger to their lives.
Evacuees from Ukraine Call for More Help in Front of Shibuya Station
In conjunction with the G7 Hiroshima Summit, evacuees from Ukraine gathered at the square in front of Shibuya Station in Tokyo on the afternoon of the 21st, calling for further support from other countries.
President Zelensky denies Russian takeover of Bakhmut
Russia's presidential office announced that President Putin congratulated him on the complete seizure of Bakhmut, a battleground in eastern Ukraine, and appealed the results of the war. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is attending the G7 Hiroshima Summit, denies Russia's control of Bakhmut.
U.S. companies invest more than $200 million in universities to strengthen Japan-U.S. cooperation in education
U.S. Secretary of State Brinken, who is visiting Japan for the G7 Hiroshima Summit, and Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Nagaoka exchanged a memorandum of understanding on the 21st confirming the strengthening of cooperation in the field of education. announced a combined investment of more than $200 million in cutting-edge technology areas such as quantum and semiconductors.
President Biden proposes trilateral talks in the United States to Japan-South Korea leaders
President Biden of the United States held a trilateral summit meeting with Prime Minister Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Seong-yeol, and proposed to invite the leaders of Japan and South Korea to the United States and hold a trilateral meeting. Did.
Reconstruction support for Ukraine Japanese companies also expect increased momentum for support
Japanese companies are also embarking on a project to restore Ukraine's infrastructure, which was damaged by the Russian attack, and I hope that President Zelensky's visit to Japan will increase the momentum for assistance.
Japan-Australia deepening defense cooperation with China
As one of the countries invited to the G7 Hiroshima Summit, Australian Prime Minister Albanizy visited Japan and held a summit meeting with Prime Minister Kishida on the morning of the 21st. Japan and Australia have strengthened security cooperation in recent years with China's increasing maritime advances in the Pacific region in mind, and the relationship between the two countries has even reached the point of being called a "quasi-alliance."
Japan-Australia summit talks show hopes for early entry into force of ``Facilitation Agreement''
Prime Minister Kishida held talks with Australian Prime Minister Albanizy, who was visiting Hiroshima, and signed a "Facilitation Agreement" to advance security cooperation between the two countries, such as joint exercises between the Self-Defense Forces and Australian forces. expressed hopes for the early entry into force of
``Horoku Moxibustion'' Shiga, Japan
At a temple in Otsu City, people put an unglazed dish called a horoku on their head and prayed for their physical and mental health.
Prime Minister Kishida's summit closing press conference emphasizes achievements such as solidarity with Ukraine
Prime Minister Kishida, who chaired the closing of the G7 Hiroshima Summit, held a press conference at Peace Park. He emphasized the achievement, saying that it was significant that he was able to show solidarity with the face-to-face participation of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. He also expressed his determination to continue to lead efforts to maintain and strengthen a free and open international order based on the rule of law.
Two ships of the China Coast Guard intruding into the territorial waters off the coast of Senkaku Leave the territorial waters before noon on the 21st
Off the coast of the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture from noon on the 20th, two ships of the China Coast Guard, which intruded into Japan's territorial waters in line with the movement of a Japanese fishing boat, crossed the territorial waters before noon on the 21st. came out. The Japan Coast Guard Headquarters continues to warn and monitor not to enter territorial waters again.
Gymnastics NHK Trophy Men's Taiki Hashimoto wins third straight victory
Daiki Hashimoto won the NHK Trophy, which also served as a representative selection for the World Gymnastics Championships, for the third consecutive time. He is the first player to win the tournament three times in a row since Kohei Uchimura, who achieved a record 10 consecutive wins from 2009 to 2018. The NHK Trophy will be contested based on the points scored at the All Japan Championships in April, and the top two men, excluding Hashimoto, who has already been selected to represent the World Championships, will be the representatives of the World Championships, which will start in September. It's decided. 2nd place was Kayawama and 3rd place was Teppei Miwa, who were selected to represent the world championships.
Shohei Ohtani No. 11 solo home run of the season
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started the game against the Twins on the 20th as No. 3 and designated hitter, and hit the 11th solo home run of the season for the first time in two games in the third at-bat in six innings.
[Video] Opening remarks by Prime Minister Kishida and President Yun at the Japan-South Korea summit meeting
The final day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also participate, and sessions will be held by leaders of the G7 and invited countries. Prior to the session, Prime Minister Kishida, along with South Korean President Yoon Sung-ryul, who has been invited to the G7 Hiroshima Summit, offered prayers at the Hiroshima City Cenotaph for the Korean Atomic Bomb Victims. After that, Prime Minister Kishida and South Korean President Yun held a summit meeting at the Hiroshima International Conference Center. This is a seven-minute video of the opening remarks by the two leaders. (The video is 8 minutes and 59 seconds. Not available on data broadcasting.)
“Sudanese Army and Paramilitary Forces Agree to 7-Day Ceasefire,” U.S. Government Announces
In Sudan, Africa, both the military and paramilitary groups, which continue to engage in armed conflict, have agreed to a seven-day ceasefire, the US government, which mediates talks between the two, announced. Both sides have agreed to temporary ceasefires many times, but the fighting has not stopped, and the focus is on whether this ceasefire will be effective.
Beware of heat stroke on summer days in various places.
On the 21st, it will be sunny and warm mainly in western Japan and eastern Japan. On the other hand, from the night of the 21st to the 22nd, yellow sand is expected to fly over a wide range of northern and western Japan, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for attention to the impact on traffic.
South Korean A-bomb survivors living in Japan
Korean A-bomb survivors in Japan who were present at a press conference in Hiroshima about Prime Minister Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Sung-ryul praying together at the cenotaph for Korean atomic bomb victims in Peace Park. opened.
Russia “President Putin congratulates Ministry of Defense in full control of Bakhmut”
Russia's presidential office said Putin congratulated the defense ministry for taking complete control of the battlefield of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is attending the G7 Hiroshima Summit and is seeking further support for a reversal offensive.
Shogi "Meijin Battle" Fujii's check or Watanabe's return to 5 minutes? The 4th game begins
The 4th station of the oldest of the eight major shogi titles, the Meijin Battle, has started in Fukuoka Prefecture. Attention will be paid to whether Sota Fujii Six Crowns (20) wins and wins the youngest "master" acquisition, or Akira Watanabe (39), who aims for the fourth consecutive title, returns the victory to five minutes.
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant “treated water” release South Korean inspection team to Japan from today
An inspection team consisting of Korean experts will visit Japan from the 21st regarding the plan to release the treated water accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station into the sea. Prior to departure, the head of the inspection team emphasized the idea of confirming safety based on scientific grounds and standards.
G7 Hiroshima Summit Soon to be discussed with President Zelensky
On the final day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit on the 21st, discussions will begin soon, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also participating. G7 leaders are expected to directly convey to President Zelensky their intention to unite and continue sanctions against Russia and support for Ukraine.
Prime Minister Kishida visits Atomic Bomb Museum with leaders of invited countries
On the 21st, the final day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit, Prime Minister Kishida visited the Atomic Bomb Museum in Hiroshima City, along with the leaders of non-G7 members such as India and Brazil.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 21st)
Japan-Korea Summit Meeting Prime Minister Kishida ``A clear indication of the progress of Japan-Korea relations''
The summit meeting between Prime Minister Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Sung-yeol ended around 8:30 am on the 21st. At the beginning of the meeting, Prime Minister Kishida emphasized that the repeated summit meetings clearly showed the improvement in relations between the two countries, and called for further strengthening of cooperation.
Last day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit President Zelensky also participates face-to-face
On the 21st, the last day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will participate, and a session will be held by the leaders of the G7 and invited countries. Through the series of discussions, Japan, as the chair country, intends to strongly convey the importance of maintaining and strengthening the international order based on the rule of law.
[Breaking news] Last day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit, President Zelensky will also participate
The final day of the G7 Hiroshima Summit. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also participate, and sessions will be held by leaders of the G7 and invited countries. Through the series of discussions, Japan, as the chair country, intends to strongly convey the importance of maintaining and strengthening the international order based on the rule of law. * We will update the movement on the 21st as needed.
Prime Minister Kishida and President Yun of the Republic of Korea lay a wreath at the cenotaph for the Korean atomic bomb victims
On the morning of the 21st, Prime Minister Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Sung-yeol, who was invited to the G7 Hiroshima Summit, prayed at the memorial monument for the Korean atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima City.
Myanmar cyclone 1 week UN agency can not provide full-scale support
On the 21st, a week has passed since the massive cyclone that wreaked havoc in Myanmar made landfall. Since the United Nations agencies have not received permission from the military, which holds real power, they are unable to provide full-scale support on the ground, and are calling for immediate action.
Sumo wrestling summer place 8th day Yokozuna Terunofuji wins against Kotokatsuho
On the eighth day of the summer sumo tournament, yokozuna Terunofuji, who has won seven consecutive victories since the first day, will face Kotokatsuho in the flat curtain for the win.
China strongly opposes G7 summit declaration as ``defaming and attacking China''
China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly objected to the G7 Hiroshima Summit's announcement of a summit declaration, stating, "This slanders and attacks China, and we express our strong dissatisfaction and resolutely oppose it." It is assumed that