Kyodo News Agency reported on August 13 that victims and citizens of the campaign to promote the abolition of the “international signature of nuclear explosion victims” campaign held the final deadline of the online day on 12 August. Participants said that they would continue to promote the signing activity. The signature campaign started in April 2016. After the adoption of the Treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons by the United Nations in July 2017, the event also requires all States to accede to the treaty. After the final summary, the signature plan was submitted to the United Nations in October this year. < / P > < p > the meeting was held through the network video conference app. This year, activities affected by the new outbreak were restricted, but new measures such as the online testimony meeting against the nuclear explosion were also introduced at the meeting. As the core of the promotion movement, Tanaka hee, a member of the Japan hydrogen bomb victims’ group agreement Association (DPA), stressed that “large scale and powerful movements are launched in all parts of the country.” Tanaka also mentioned that 44 countries and regions have ratified the nuclear ban treaty, close to the 50 countries and regions needed for its entry into force, and said with expectation that “we hope to achieve (50) within this year”.