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Raihan Ali
Jul 16, 2022
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Intelligence System. Ap97010902477 Photo Credit: Ap / Dazhi Image Flag of the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement Overview of the Hostage Crisis at the Residence of the Japanese Ambassador to Peru on December 17, 1996, the Peruvian Left-Wing "Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement" Guerrillas Seized the Japanese Ambassador's Residence in Peru and Caused the Hostage Crisis. After 126 Days of Stalemate, on April 22, 1997, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori Personally Commanded Peruvian Special Forces to Launch t shirt design Operation Chavín De Huántar. Break into the Ambassador's Residence from a Secretly Dug Underground Tunnel, Kill All the Guerrillas and Rescue All the Hostages (One Was Killed), While Two Soldiers from the Peruvian Government Were Killed in the Line of Duty. Why Is It That 25 Years After the End of the Hostage Crisis, and Even After the Political Situation in Japan and Peru Has Undergone Many Changes, It Is Still a Subject from Which Japan Must Continue to Learn Lessons? This Starts with How Japan Responded to the Hostage Crisis. the Japanese Government Is Responding to the Problems Exposed by the Hostage Crisis When the Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto Immediately Grasped the Situation and Contacted the Peruvian Government When the Hostage Crisis Occurred, Various Problems Were Exposed in the Follow-Up Response, Including: Misjudging Peru's President's Tough Handling of the Crisis the First Is That the Japanese Government Misjudged the Peruvian President's Tough Handling of the Crisis. as We All Know, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori Was a Japanese Immigrant at That Time, and Japan Was the Country That Provided Peru's Largest Foreign Aid at That Time. Therefore, After the Hostage Crisis Occurred, When the Japanese Government Expected the Hostage Crisis to Be Resolved Peacefully Without Bloodshed, the Japanese Side Believed That President Fujimori Should Be
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