IAEA says will remain impartial in Japan nuclear wastewater case

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    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says it is aware of the concerns raised over Japan’s plan to release nuclear wastewater into the sea and will continue to monitor the developments. IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi told Chinese envoy Wang Qun that the agency would advance its assessment and monitoring in an impartial and scientific manner.

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