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Japan allocates $2.1 million to Ukraine to support nuclear power plants

The Government of Japan will support the activities of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to ensure the safety of nuclear power plants in Ukraine with a contribution of $2.1 million.

IAEA Director Rafael Mariano Grossi met with Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi as part of his visit to Tokyo.

During the meeting, the parties agreed to continue cooperation in ensuring the security of nuclear power plants in Ukraine, where attacks by Russia continue.

Minister Hayashi said his country has provided $2.1 million to support the IAEA’s work to ensure the safety of nuclear power plants in Ukraine.

Japan’s financial support from the IAEA includes the supply of the necessary equipment and the dispatch of its experts to the region.

Grossi also reviewed the latest status of a plan to dump radioactive wastewater accumulated at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in the northeast into the sea.

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