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Interview

Poland minister seeks Japanese partners for nuclear project

Coal-dependent country to build six plants by 2040 to curb carbon output

Michal Kurtyka, Poland's environment minister, says cooperation with Japan on a new generation of nuclear reactors is deepening. (Source photos by Kosaku Mimura and AFP/Jiji)

TOKYO -- Polish Climate and Environment Minister Michal Kurtyka says Japanese companies are "the most innovative and technologically advanced" in the world when it comes to nuclear power and stressed the possibilities for Japanese participation in Poland's first nuclear power project.

Kurtyka spoke with Nikkei in an online interview.

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