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South Korea Urges Action Over Radioactive Fukushima Water

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By Reuters

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VIENNA, AUSTRIA (SEPTEMBER 16, 2019) (REUTERS) SOUTH KOREAN FIRST VICE MINISTER OF SCIENCE AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY MOON MI-OK PREPARING TO SPEAK AT INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY (IAEA) GENERAL ASSEMBLY (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOUTH KOREAN FIRST VICE MINISTER OF SCIENCE AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, MOON MI-OK, SAYING: "However, Japanese government officials recently started to state that marine discharges are inevitable as a way to deal with Fukushima contaminated water. In case when it is discharged into ocean management of Fukushima contaminated water is no longer Japan's domestic problem, but a grave international issue that can affect the whole global marine environment." MOON ADDRESSING IAEA ASSEMBLY CAMERAMAN (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOUTH KOREAN FIRST VICE MINISTER OF SCIENCE AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, MOON MI-OK, SAYING: "IAEA has been playing an active role in cooperation with Japan in dealing with the Fukushima accident. The same approach is needed for the disposal of the Fukushima contaminated water." JAPANESE AMBASSADOR TO IAEA TAKESHI HIKIHARA LISTENING TO ADDRESS (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOUTH KOREAN FIRST VICE MINISTER OF SCIENCE AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, MOON MI-OK, SAYING: "What we need the most is that Japan should take some substantive and transparent measures and actions. This also (needs to) be done for health, safety and environment protection." IAEA GENERAL ASSEMBLY CAMERAMAN (SOUNDBITE) (English) JAPANESE AMBASSADOR TO IAEA, TAKESHI HIKIHARA, SAYING: "The remarks made by a former member of cabinet were expressed as his personal opinion. In fact, the governmental subcommittee on handling (inaudible) water has been examining the issue in a comprehensive manner, including countermeasures for the reputational damage. The committee has not reached any concrete conclusion." IAEA GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Dateline: 2019

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