NEW YORK – Japan’s attempt to reinsert a U.N. call for world leaders to visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki into the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty has fizzled, dealing a blow to Tokyo, which dispatched a top diplomat to New York to press the matter after Beijing got it removed from the draft.
The two cities were destroyed by atomic bombs during World War II.
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