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2019-10-14T08:43:15.286Z

The Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akabane visits Ogo-cho, Miyagi Prefecture, where the Yoshida River embankment broke down, and decided to designate this disaster as a catastrophic disaster and to urgently work on a restoration project…



Visiting Miyagi Ogo-cho, the diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic mission, Akabane “Our efforts to restore and restore” October 14, 17:37

The Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akabane visited Ogo-cho, Miyagi Prefecture, where the Yoshida River embankment broke down, and indicated that this disaster was designated as a catastrophic disaster and that the restoration project was urgently needed.

The Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akabane visited Ogo Town, Miyagi Prefecture to observe the damage caused by Typhoon No. 19, and visited the site where the Yoshida River embankment broke down.

After the inspection, Akabane said in response to a reporter's interview, `` I hope that the voices of the local people will come to the earliest possible designation of disasters so that we can concentrate on recovery and reconstruction ''. He designated the damage as a catastrophic disaster and expressed his urgency to take action to reduce the financial burden of the local government.

On that basis, Minister Akabane stated, “I would like to understand the demands of the affected local governments in detail and cooperate with the relevant ministries and agencies to make every effort to restore and restore them with a sense of speed.” The idea of ​​rushing the restoration business such as reconstruction of

Source: nhk

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