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Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue repeated his call Tuesday for U.S. President Joe Biden to visit the atomic-bombed city during his expected visit to Japan later this year as Russia threatens to use nuclear weapons in its ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

“We have been consistently saying Nagasaki should be the last atomic-bombed city and I want the president of a nuclear power to appeal (to the world) by saying, ‘Let’s make this place the last,'” Taue told a news conference in the city that suffered a U.S. nuclear attack in 1945.

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