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Topic - Tsunehisa Katsumata
"It pains us to have lost these two young workers, who were trying to protect the power plant amid the earthquake and tsunami," Tepco Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
Mr. Katsumata promised to discuss the issue with the government and pay fishermen compensation "as much as possible."