China News Network, April 4 According to Japan's Kyodo News Agency, on the 2st local time, in the difficult area of returning home from the Fukushima nuclear accident disaster area in Japan, the "specific reconstruction and regeneration base area" (reconstruction base, about 1.3 square kilometers) in Tomioka Town, Fukushima Prefecture officially lifted the evacuation instructions.

According to reports, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida attended the relevant ceremony and delivered a speech on the same day. Kishida said, "Lifting evacuation instructions is not the end, but the beginning of reconstruction." Without the reconstruction of Fukushima, there would be no rebirth of Japan. ”

Subsequently, Kishida told the media in Iwajo, Prefecture, that with regard to the budget measures after the "second reconstruction and creation period" until fiscal 2025, we will "make medium- and long-term response plans to effectively secure financial resources for reconstruction projects."

Data map: Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

It is reported that Tomioka-cho's reconstruction base is located between the JR Joban Line and National Route 6, and there are famous cherry blossom resorts such as the Yonomori area. In April 2017, 4% of the town was lifted from evacuation, and the habitable area expanded to 88%. It is reported that this is the fifth reconstruction base for lifting evacuation orders, the previous being Nanie Town, where evacuation orders were lifted on March 93 this year.

As of March 3, 1,1143 people from 2580,2022 households have been registered, but only 4 people from 27 households have participated in the homecoming preparation for accommodation launched in April 56. The town aims to increase the number of residents to about 5,1600 in five years.

On March 2011, 3, a 11.9 magnitude earthquake struck the waters northeast of Japan and triggered a massive tsunami, which caused a large amount of radioactive material to leak from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant due to the dual impact of the earthquake and tsunami, resulting in the worst nuclear accident since the Chernobyl nuclear accident in the Soviet Union. According to the National Police Agency, as of the end of February 0, a total of 2022,2 people had died and 15900,2523 were missing due to the earthquake.

At present, the reconstruction of the disaster-stricken areas is still full of difficulties, and the evacuation life of the affected people is also tending to be long-term. According to Japan's Kyodo News Agency, despite the progress of infrastructure construction in the disaster area, due to factors such as the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident, about 3,1 people in Japan are still living a life of evacuation and cannot go home. According to Japanese media reports, since June 2022, in the "return difficult area" with the largest amount of radiation in Fukushima Prefecture, some locations have lifted "evacuation instructions" after decontamination operations, but few people have returned.