Japan will complete a comprehensive ban on foreign skilled interns for nuclear accident removal

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 Japan will complete a comprehensive ban on foreign skilled interns for nuclear accident removal


According to the Japanese YAHOO news network, the Vietnamese intern said the internship did not explain the decontamination work. The "all unified union" (Tokyo) of the foreigner's skill practice system has revealed that it is the first case that the interns have been exposed to the decontamination work. From October 2015 to March 2016, the man engaged in the decontamination of the soil in the roads and houses of the county of Fukushima Prefecture. From September 2016 to December, he has not yet been released in the "evacuation area" in Fukushima Prefecture kawamata, engaged in the demolition work affected buildings. Kamikawa Youko, a Japanese legal minister, said in a press conference after the cabinet meeting that the reason for the prohibition is that the work is not consistent with the system that aims at acquiring skills. In the future, the government will not recognize the internship plan including the elimination of radioactive pollution, and require the enterprises and groups that apply for the plan to submit the pledge to ensure that the interns do not work to eliminate pollution. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More exciting, please login to the global network http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Ji Xueying _NN6784 according to Yahoo! JAPAN news network reported that the Vietnamese said interns internship units did not explain to engage in decontamination work. The "all unified union" (Tokyo) of the foreigner's skill practice system has revealed that it is the first case that the interns have been exposed to the decontamination work. From October 2015 to March 2016, the man engaged in the decontamination of the soil in the roads and houses of the county of Fukushima Prefecture. From September 2016 to December, he has not yet been released in the "evacuation area" in Fukushima Prefecture kawamata, engaged in the demolition work affected buildings. Kamikawa Youko, a Japanese legal minister, said in a press conference after the cabinet meeting that the reason for the prohibition is that the work is not consistent with the system that aims at acquiring skills. In the future, the government will not recognize the internship plan including the elimination of radioactive pollution, and require the enterprises and groups that apply for the plan to submit the pledge to ensure that the interns do not work to eliminate pollution.