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Japanese experts will travel to the Philippines to help stop the oil spill on March 10

On March 10, Japanese experts will depart for the Philippines to help Manila deal with the oil disaster in Oriental Mindoro, the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Thursday.

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Five experts from the Japanese Coast Guard will make up the team, along with three each from the Japanese Embassy in Manila and the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

Tokyo stated the deployment is on “humanitarian grounds and for maritime environment conservation” and was undertaken upon the Philippine government’s request.

Japan expressed its optimism in a statement, adding that it planned to keep cooperating closely with the Philippines and that this assistance would help stop further marine contamination and restore the marine ecosystem.

The eighth, according to the statement, will help with the surveying process for the catastrophe and “supervise and offer guidance to the continuing oil cleanup and control actions” in the impacted areas.

The sunken M/T Princess Empress, which collapsed on February 28 while carrying nearly 800,000 gallons of cargo petroleum and diesel oil, is to blame for the spill. It occurred roughly 20 kilometers east of Mindoro Island.

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