The Taiwanese government dispatched an investigative team to Japan on Wednesday to look into the details of the planned release into the sea of treated water containing radioactive tritium from the disaster-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

The team, made up of eight members including experts, will be in Japan through Sunday to visit the Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. (Tepco) plant in Fukushima Prefecture, the site of a 2011 triple reactor meltdown, and other locations.

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