FUKUSHIMA, Japan — Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, currently in Japan for a regional summit, visited Fukushima Prefecture on Sunday to tour a farm that employs workers with various disabilities.
Some rural areas of Myanmar face a serious shortage of farm workers, and Myanmar is seeking solutions to ease the problem.
Suu Kyi visited Cocoroya farmers market and cafe in Izumizaki where she viewed the produce and toured the facility.
The farm grows a variety of vegetables organically and runs a small market selling its produce and a cafe there.
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