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Comment from the Mayor Regarding 50th Ratification of the TPNW

Today, we learned that the number of nations ratifying the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has reached 50, ensuring the treaty’s entry-into-force next year.

This treaty constitutes a new international framework through which the spirit of Hiroshima can be shared by civil society around the world, and its entry-into-force will be a crucial milestone on the path toward the abolition of nuclear weapons. The TPNW reaching 50 ratifications is a testament to the strenuous efforts made by so many people, including hibakusha, member cities of Mayors for Peace, and like-minded people around the world.

While the nuclear-weapon and nuclear-umbrella states remain opposed to signing and ratifying the treaty, our next step will be to enhance the effectiveness of the treaty. For now, I would like to celebrate with the hibakusha and everyone else who have worked together to achieve this milestone.

October 25, 2020

MATSUI Kazumi
Mayor
The City of Hiroshima

 


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