Saudi crown prince visits Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan

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The museum houses memorabilia from the Hiroshima bombing during WWII. (SPA)
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The visit comes after the 2-day G20 Summit held in Osaka. (SPA)
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The Saudi crown prince met with several world leaders during the summit. (SPA)
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The museum was established in 1955. (SPA)
Updated 01 July 2019
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Saudi crown prince visits Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan

  • The museum preserves the memory of the Hiroshima atomic bombing during the Second World War
  • The Saudi crown prince was in Japan for the G20 Summit held in Osaka last week

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visited on Sunday Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum during his trip in Japan.

The photos, released by the Saudi Press Agency, showed the Saudi delegation touring the museum, which was established in 1955 to preserve the memory of the Hiroshima atomic bombing during the Second World War.

The Saudi crown prince was in Japan for the G20 Summit held in Osaka last week, where he met with various world leaders for bilateral talks. 


Azerbaijan’s president receives Saudi justice minister

Updated 14 min 36 sec ago
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Azerbaijan’s president receives Saudi justice minister

BAKU: Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev on Friday met with Saudi Minister of Justice Dr. Walid Al-Samaani in the capital city of Baku.

Aliyev welcomed Al-Samaani and his accompanying delegation, stressing that Azerbaijan looked forward to developing relations with the Kingdom at various levels for the benefit of both countries.

Al-Samaani, who is also president of the Supreme Judicial Council, conveyed the greetings of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman noting the strong bonds between the nations and the mutual keenness of the two leaderships to develop joint cooperation in a range of fields.

On Tuesday, Al-Samaani held talks with the prime minister of Azerbaijan, Novruz Mammadov, in Riyadh, and they discussed ways to enhance bilateral ties relating to the judiciary.

The justice minister said the two countries were keen on developing relations and boosting cooperation in the judicial field within the framework of the memorandum of understanding and programs signed between them.

He added that the Saudi Ministry of Justice had developed a special strategy to strengthen international partnerships with friendly countries and pointed out that his ministry wanted to share experiences, technology and training procedures with its counterparts in other states.