Discuss Japan > Timelines > No revitalization of Japan without the reconstruction of the disaster area, Prime Minister Abe said at the meeting of the Reconstruction Promotion Council.
“I have been visiting the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake every month, adopting a hands-on approach. Through my visits, I have seen firsthand that reconstruction has made steady strides, observing the smiles on the faces of families who have moved into public housing for disaster-stricken households as well as the vast stretches of green fields in areas where farming has resumed. […] At the same time, although it will soon be three years since the earthquake, more than 270,000 people are still spending this winter at their evacuation locations.”
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Timelines  Jan 17, 2014

No revitalization of Japan without the reconstruction of the disaster area, Prime Minister Abe said at the meeting of the Reconstruction Promotion Council.
“I have been visiting the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake every month, adopting a hands-on approach. Through my visits, I have seen firsthand that reconstruction has made steady strides, observing the smiles on the faces of families who have moved into public housing for disaster-stricken households as well as the vast stretches of green fields in areas where farming has resumed. […] At the same time, although it will soon be three years since the earthquake, more than 270,000 people are still spending this winter at their evacuation locations.”

No revitalization of Japan without the reconstruction of the disaster area, Prime Minister Abe said at the meeting of the Reconstruction Promotion Council.

“I have been visiting the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake every month, adopting a hands-on approach. Through my visits, I have seen firsthand that reconstruction has made steady strides, observing the smiles on the faces of families who have moved into public housing for disaster-stricken households as well as the vast stretches of green fields in areas where farming has resumed. […] At the same time, although it will soon be three years since the earthquake, more than 270,000 people are still spending this winter at their evacuation locations.”

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