Hiroshima governor voices concern about Iran’s nuclear program
Iran will not solve its problems with nuclear weapons, Governor of Hiroshima Hidehiko Yuzaki said in his message for the Iranian leaders on Friday, the Washington Times reported.
Mr. Yuzaki also says the West needs to address the "root causes" of Iran's nuclear quest, which he called "very concerning."
"We need to create the conditions where Iran feels it's easier to stop stop their efforts," Mr. Yuzaki said.
The 46-year-old former entrepreneur governs the Japanese province whose capital city was decimated when the U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb near the end of World War II.