Talks with IAEA Secretary-General of the Prime Minister on North Korea and Iran Nuclear Issues Cooperation February 25 17:58
IAEA, visiting Japan for the first time since taking office, has met with Secretary-General Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency and Prime Minister Abe, and agreed that they would continue to work closely together in dealing with nuclear issues in North Korea and Iran. .
The head of the IAEA, the keeper of the nuclear weapons, Grossi, Secretary General of the IAEA, has been visiting Japan for the first time since taking office, and visited the Prime Minister's Office on the 25th to meet with Prime Minister Abe.
In this context, Prime Minister Abe said, "Japan, as the only war-hit country, has given great importance to the activities of the IAEA, which is at the heart of nuclear non-proliferation. We will continue to cooperate closely with the situation on nuclear issues in North Korea and Iran. I want to do it. "
In response, Secretary-General Grossi said, "The IAEA and Japan are in close ties, and we want to continue this relationship now and in the future." We agreed by working together.
Prime Minister Abe thanked IAEA for their cooperation over decommissioning and contaminated water measures at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, while Secretary-General Grossi said, "Japan's efforts to promote reconstruction and decommissioning simultaneously. We will continue to cooperate. "