10 septembre 2020
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Australians aid effort to identify tsunami dead
Fukushima radiation fallout will be among the first questions facing Prime Minister Tony Abbott when he visits the damaged nuclear power plant following the March 11 accident.
The prime minister will spend the week in Japan, where disaster investigators are scouring the complex ruins for information about the accident and the thousands of people who died as a dire포커ct result of the tsunami that struck the area.
« While the safety of the Japanese people will remain the priority, I look forward to meeting Australian families, survivors and survivors’ loved ones, » he said.
« My first priority as prime minister is to offer their sincere thoughts, wishes and sympathy to their families and to help the Prime Minister’s investigation be carried out in a safe, thorough and speedy manner. »
Earlier on Wednesday, Mr Abbott said it was important점보카지노 to remember all the families of those who died in the March 11, 2011, nuclear disaster.
« That’s the most important point… you are not only grieving but you are grieving for those who were on this side, » he said.
« To them it is just one of many many things that is going to happen to us in the coming years, and if that happens, I think that we’ve got to do everything we can to try and assist them. »
The prime minister says Australians must stay in their homes in the event of a crisis, adding that people do not want to be out of their homes.
An evacuation order was lifted for nearly 2,000 people, some of whom had never lived in the area before the disaster, as well as emergency personnel who returned to the area after work was disrupted to help with search and rescue efforts.
On Monday, officials gave preliminary information on the scale of the damage after an initial assessment found no sign of melted steel.
The scale of the tsunami prompted the Japanese government to immediately suspend operations at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
A total of 15,000 people were evacuated from nearby areas, although some remained at high risk of tsunami damage from the damaged reactors after the worst nuclear accident Japan has faced.
In a news conference on Tuesd슬롯 사이트ay, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged that he and his wife, Akie, would visit the site of the disaster next week to visit those trapped.
Abe also pledged $7 million for tsunami relief.
The nuclear plant in Fukushima – the world’s worst leak disaster – is largely closed to the public following a series of failures with the containment and ventilation system durin