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I was surprised Japanese children knew the European Union, said Maria Cristina Russo, director for international cooperation in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, who joined an event on robots held on April 13 in Tokyo during her recent visit to Japan.

The event was organized for children as part of the Habataki Project by Shintakujyuku in collaboration with the EU Delegation in Japan to choose a name for a robot that symbolizes EU-Japan cooperation in science, research and innovation.

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