On April 14, 2021 Hiroshima Prefecture announced the latest publication of the Hiroshima Report. The Hiroshima Report 2021 studies, analyzes and evaluates 36 countries’ performance on nuclear disarmament, non-proliferation, and nuclear security in 2020.
The Hiroshima Report is the 2021 edition, preceded by the Hiroshima Report 2013 ， Hiroshima Report 2014， Hiroshima Report 2015， Hiroshima Report 2016， Hiroshima Report 2017， Hiroshima Report 2018， Hiroshima Report 2019， Hiroshima Report 2020
The Hiroshima Report 2021 lays out challenges for nuclear-weapon-states to work on nuclear disarmament, and introduces efforts made by non-nuclear-weapon states.
In announcing the publication, Governor Hidehiko Yuzaki said that he hopes to make the Hiroshima Report more widely known in the world in order to bolster the worldwide momentum for the abolition of nuclear weapons and motivate each country to take new measures for nuclear disarmament, non-proliferation and nuclear security.
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