The adoption of the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty on 7 July 2017 and its next opening for signature on 20 September constitute a historic milestone. It is a result of a long and delayed process of multilateral negotiations since UN General Assembly adopted the first resolution on 24 January 1946 calling for the elimination of nuclear weapons.
The new Treaty is a deserved tribute to all victims of the use or test of nuclear weapons. It is an acknowledgment of those who have fought against oblivion as the hibakushas.
Tuesday, 8 August and Thursday 10 August (only tourist cards)
From 14 to 16 August (closed due to official issues)
From Monday 21st August on all consular services will be resumed at 9:00 hours (From Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 12:00 hours)
The Consulate apologizes in advance for the inconvenience this rescheduling of service may cause.