Yoshihiko Noda, the prime minister yesterday, arrived in his first Fukushima. Others visited the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in the afternoon to meet with Governor Yuhei Sato, the meeting was to establish a policy priority to tackle the convergence of a government nuclear accident.
They also exchanged views on ways of including the interim storage facility for radioactive waste.
The new Prime Minister visited “J Village”, the town that has become a base for SDF personnel.
After this, the Prime Minister departed to the first nuclear power plant, inspected and damaged the reactor buildings.
The prime minister addressed workers in an emergency room in the primary measures, before the 200 employees from TEPCO the Prime Minister encouraged workers to work together to help the nation recover.
Okuma higher radiation dose was observed, also plans to visit some areas of Futuba by car.
Later the Prime Minister oversaw the progress of site decontamination of radioactive materials in the city Date.
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