A man found documents against Abe’s state funeral at the scene of the self-immolation incident in an area where Japanese government offices are concentrated_Japanese man sets himself on fire near the prime minister’s residence_Japan Metropolitan Police Agency_Kyodo News

Original title: A man found documents against Abe’s state funeral at the scene of the self-immolation incident in the area where Japanese government agencies are concentrated

The scene of the man’s self-immolation (Japan Kyodo News)

Foreign Network, September 21st According to Kyodo News on the 21st, the Japan Metropolitan Police Agency said that at around 6:50 am on the 21st, someone called a police report that a man was on fire in Kasumigaseki (a central area of ​​government agencies) in Tokyo, at this when he is seriously injured and unconscious.

The police in Japan said that the man set himself on fire. The location of the incident was Kasumigaseki Guanting Street, and the official residence of the Prime Minister of Japan and the National Assembly Hall were nearby. The weeds around the site of the man’s self-love were set on fire, and the nearby buildings were not damaged. Documents objecting to the Japanese government holding a state funeral for former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe were also found on the spot. (Foreign Network/Wang Shanning)Return to Sohu, see more

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