Recalling in Italy, Hiroshima and Nagasaki

In Italy, different initiatives commemorating attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Remembering attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in Italy.

Different initiatives on the atomic attacks of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to remember, and also to express the hope of a future without atomic weapons.

Real hopes for the possibility of reaching the 50 signatures of ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Atomic Weapons (TPAN).

The treaty, approved by the UN on July 7 of 2017, will be law once it is ratified by 50 UN member countries.

The resolution was approved by consensus with 122 votes in favor, the vote against the Netherlands and the abstention of Singapore.

The text agreed by 129 countries that negotiated the instrument indicates that the treaty covers the wide range of nuclear weapons and such activities.

Prohibits the development, testing, production, acquisition and possession of nuclear arsenal or explosives.

Recalling in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Italy, a sample of activities

Comerio, Varese, August 3, near where the seed plants of the trees that survived the August 6 of 1945 are born.

Brescia, near the Ghedi military base, where 20 nuclear bombs are housed.

Trieste, in San Giovanni Park, near the Nagasaki kako. Trieste, near Koper (Slovenia), another nuclear port and the Aviano base that houses 40 atomic bombs.

Livorno, a nuclear port where ships with nuclear weapons at the Camp Darby military base anchor.

Vicenza, in front of the base “PLUTO” of Longare, the NATO Unified Training Center.

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1 comment on “Remembering in Italy, Hiroshima and Nagasaki”

  1. Il testo sotto the demonstration of Vicenza goes correct. Vicenza, davanti alla base “PLUTO” di Longare, NATO Unified Training Center.


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