美英法将首次出席广岛仪式 U.S., France and Britain to Attend Hiroshima Ceremony For First Time

04 August, 2010

核大国美国、英国和法国都将派代表参加星期五举行的纪念1945年美国用原子弹轰炸广岛的仪式。

这将是这三个国家首度出席这个年度仪式。仪式以悠扬的钟鸣和放飞和平鸽揭开序幕。

联合国秘书长潘基文为参加这场仪式已经抵达日本。根据联合国发表的讲话稿,潘基文星期三对早稻田大学的学生发表讲话时表示,他将在下个月于纽约举行的会议上推动核裁军,包括推动签署《全面禁止核试验条约》以及《裂变材料禁产条约》的步骤。

美国驻日大使鲁斯将代表美国出席星期五的仪式。

Nuclear powers the United States, Britain and France all will send representatives to ceremonies Friday marking the anniversary of the U.S. nuclear bombing of Hiroshima in 1945.

It will be the first time any of the three attended the annual ceremony, which begins with the ringing of bells and the release of doves.

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is already in Japan for the ceremony. In remarks released by the United Nations, he told Waseda university students Wednesday that he will push for nuclear disarmament -- including steps toward a comprehensive test ban treaty and a fissile material cut-off treaty -- at a conference in New York next month.

The United States will be represented at the ceremony Friday by Ambassador John Roos.