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Prime Minister Suga visits Fukushima

The Sunday editions of Yomiuri, Mainichi, and Nikkei wrote that Prime Minister Suga visited Minamisoma and three other municipalities in Fukushima Prefecture on Saturday ahead of the 10th anniversary on March 11 of the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 that severely affected the region and crippled the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Suga told reporters that his administration will make utmost efforts to reconstruct the region. Concerning the disposal of treated radioactive water stored at the nuclear power plant, Suga said that the government will decide how to dispose of it at an appropriate time. The premier, who has pledged efforts to create a decarbonized society, stated at the Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field in the town of Namie that he hopes the facility will become a world-class study center for hydrogen production.

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