IAEA Secretary-General Visits Japan "Cooperation with Japan for Industrial Use of Nuclear Energy" February 25 at 16:58
Last December, IAEA, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Secretary-General Grossi visited Japan for the first time after taking office and stated that he would like to cooperate widely with Japan in the field of industrial use of nuclear energy.
The IAEA is headquartered in Vienna, Austria and conducts peaceful uses of nuclear energy, improves the safety of nuclear power plants, and conducts nuclear inspections.
Rafael Grossi was appointed IAEA Secretary-General in December last year to replace Mr. Noya Amano, who died of illness.
Attended a meeting of the National Atomic Energy Commission on the 25th. It is a country. "He expressed his hopes for Japan's role in the field of industrial use of nuclear energy.
He said, "I would like to continue to ask Japan to cooperate," and expressed his intention to broadly cooperate with Japan.
Mr. Grossi will visit Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant on the 26th to observe the status of the decommissioning, including the storage of water containing tritium, a radioactive material whose treatment is an issue.