Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Visits Pearl Harbor with President Barack Obama

Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Visits Pearl Harbor with President Barack Obama

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Pearl Harbor in what President Barack Obama called a "historic gesture."

Abe offered "sincere and everlasting condolences" to the U.S. service members who died at Pearl Harbor 75 years ago.

Abe called the renewed Japanese-U.S. alliance an "alliance of hope." He said Pearl Harbor is a symbol of tolerance and reconciliation.

The Guardian reports Japanese leaders have been to Pearl Harbor before, but Abe is the first one to visit the USS Arizona Memorial.

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