VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):核爆70余年后 美国务卿首访广岛和平纪念公园
日期:2016-04-13 16:19

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Kerry 'Deeply Moved' on Hiroshima Visit
John Kerry said he was "deeply moved" and "honored" to visit Hiroshima, Japan on Monday.
United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, near the end of World War II. An estimated 140,000 people died in that bombing.
The meeting included a tour of a World War II memorial to victims in Hiroshima.
"It was a stunning display," said Kerry, after visiting Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.
"It is a gut-wrenching display. It tugs at your sensibilities as a human being," he added.
Speaking of the U.S. alliance with Japan, Kerry said, "My visit to Hiroshima has a very special meaning about the strength of the relationship and the journey we have traveled together since the difficult time of the war."
The secretary of state was asked if President (Barack) Obama will visit Hiroshima when he attends a G-7 leaders' summit in Japan in May. Kerry said he hoped that one day the president of the U.S. would be among those who visited the city.
He added that Obama had expressed an interest in visiting, but did not know if the president's schedule would permit it during his upcoming trip to Japan.
Nuclear proliferation and disarmament however were important themes during discussions.
Kerry commented at the end of a two-day meeting with other Group of Seven, or G7, foreign ministers. He was joined by foreign ministers from Germany, Italy, Britain, Canada, France as well as Japan.
Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida hosted the ministers' meeting. He was asked if Japan would seek its own nuclear weapons as suggested by U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Kishida answered, "For us to obtain nuclear weapons is completely inconceivable."
The foreign ministers released a joint declaration in Japan calling for a world without nuclear weapons.
The so-called Hiroshima Declaration discussed the security situations in Syria and Ukraine. It also noted North Korea's repeated violations of bans on its nuclear and missile tests.
On Sunday, the seven ministers discussed issues including the regional problems posed by China's increasing presence in the South China Sea. They also discussed North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.

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词汇解析

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When we are speaking of power, time is taken into account.

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3.Nuclear proliferation 核扩散

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From North Korea to Iran, China is a pivotal power in terms of multilateral measures to limit nuclear proliferation.

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内容解析

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1.He was joined by foreign ministers from Germany, Italy, Britain, Canada, France as well as Japan.

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foreign minister 外交部长

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2.The foreign ministers released a joint declaration in Japan calling for a world without nuclear weapons.

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He frightened off his attacker by calling for the police.

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参考译文

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核爆70余年后 美国务卿首访广岛和平纪念公园
美国国务卿克里表示,周一访问日本广岛之行“深受感动”和“倍感荣幸” EvZ%S5Fy^VVXB@
1945年8月6日,二战结束前夕,美国向广岛投放了一颗原子弹,造成约14万人死亡3Enkiu53tq_6qCLh;Iz
此次克里访日是为参加7国集团外长会议,会议内容包括参观广岛和平纪念公园)@jWbYPVmCY;
参观结束后,克里表示:“那里的景象令人触目惊心8Q)R1_VoT0q#LKie(+O。”
他还补充说:“战争留下的景象让人满怀悲痛,此情此景深深地触动着每个人的心灵Ka!u(BkvbW8HzT@l2。”

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谈到美日联盟时,克里表示;“此次访问广岛对于加强两国之间的关系及跨越战争困难时期后的携手共进来说具有十分特殊的意义21SR.]rlpQ]#jsMiB4!。”
当被问及今年5月奥巴马总统参加7国集团峰会时是否会访问广岛一事,克里表示希望有一天美国总统能有机会到那里看一看]V%_^HB%;r!kRV*3Z%
他还强调,总统奥巴马本人表示想要访问广岛,但不知道紧锣密鼓的日程安排是否腾得出时间5CP8|Xs;ysT61
此次7国集团外长会议的主题是“核扩散及解除核武装”.t|I-avTrbI6m*
克里在为期2天的7国集团外长会议结束时发言K_X#C6-e.ft1!FtM2。随后,他与德国、意大利、英国、法国和日本的外长们一道参观广岛和平纪念公园g)yDCND[H@Dk
日本外长岸田文雄(Fumio Kishida)主持了此次会议|TYeV]H|bhK=U。有记者提问日本是否会如美国共和党总统候选人特朗普所说,研发并拥有核武器vp#,El0xNFQfX_v+&*7
岸田文雄回答:“日本不可能拥有核武器=]x6kVA)pzMI^M^1。”
此次外长会议最终达成“全球无核化”一致结论2EiroH_%Zd
《广岛宣言》还讨论了叙利亚和乌克兰的安全局势以及朝鲜屡次违反国际条约进行核试验等问题[hhbxP;90~MV
周日,7国外长探讨了包括中国南海问题在内的地区热点问题5iE3-~2rCnvx|h。此外还讨论了朝鲜核试验的问题g5r)[bxv8P

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重点单词
  • resignv. 辞职,放弃,顺从,听任
  • intendedadj. 故意的,有意的;打算中的 n. 已订婚者 v.
  • permitn. 许可证,执照 v. 允许,许可
  • curiosityn. 好奇,好奇心
  • frightenedadj. 受惊的,受恐吓的
  • missilen. 导弹,投射物
  • vestigen. 遗迹,退化的器官
  • candidaten. 候选人,求职者
  • jointadj. 联合的,共同的,合资的,连带的 n. 关节,接
  • uncontrollableadj. 无法控制的;无法管束的;难以驾驭的