Recalling the horrors of the deadly Hiroshima attack of 1945, atomic bomb survivor Kubota Masayuki on May 19 in Japan urged the G7 nations to stop engaging with the nuclear powers in order to maintain peace in the world. Narrating the ordeal that the Japanese people faced during the blast, Masayuki further requested the media to focus on the issue, with an aim to stop it. “When the incident took place, I was just 3 years old. Now, I’m 80 years old. I would like to request all the nations in the G7 Summit that involvement with nuclear energies should be stopped in order to maintain peace. I would also like to request media to focus on this, so that its use is stopped in the world. I was inside in home when the attack took place. Nothing happened to me, but my whole house burnt down,” Masayuki said. Several G7 leaders are in Japan to attend the Summit in the country.