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Nuclear War Threat: ‘The world playing with loaded guns’, Guterres, repeatedly warning of nuclear attack, said – crisis is approaching!

Tokyo : UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in Japan’s Hiroshima city on Saturday that humanity is playing with a “loaded gun” that threatens a worldwide nuclear disaster. On the 77th anniversary of the world’s first nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Guterres warned of a potential nuclear threat. During World War II, the United States dropped the world’s first atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, killing 140,000 people.

According to reports, at the annual ceremony, Guterres, while describing the horrors that took place in the Japanese city during World War II, warned of the danger posed by the crisis in Ukraine, the Middle East and the Korean Peninsula. Guterres said, ‘Millions of people were killed in this city in the blink of an eye. Women, men and children were burnt in the fire of hell.’ He said, ‘We have to ask, what did we learn from that mushroom cloud over the city?’
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threat of a third nuclear attack
Three days later, the US also dropped a bomb on the second Japanese city of Nagasaki, killing 70,000 people after Japan did not surrender after the Hiroshima bombing. On 15 August 1945, Japan surrendered and World War II ended. The world is under threat of a third nuclear attack since Russia attacked Ukraine in February. Reiterating his warning, Guterres said: “The crisis with a serious nuclear signal is growing rapidly.” Humanity is playing with a loaded gun.

have already given warnings
Even a few days ago, Guterres warned the world that the world was just one step away from a terrible nuclear catastrophe. He made the statement at a high-level meeting convened to review a 50-year-old historic treaty aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear weapons and creating a nuclear-free world. He said that ‘humanity’ is just a misunderstanding, a miscalculation away from nuclear destruction.


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