The president of Warner Entertainment Japan, William Ireton, visited Miyagi Prefecture on Thursdsay on the eve of the release of the final movie in the popular Harry Potter franchise. Ireton paid a visit to Miyagi prefectural governor Yoshihiro Murai, 50, bearing messages from Daniel Radcliffe, 21, and other young stars of the movies, written on the flag of Japan.
Ireton said, "We offer you this in the hope that the victims of this terrible disaster find the strength and bravery to piece together their lives once again."
Murai gratefully accepted the gift and replied, "People in affected areas are taking tiny steps back to normality. The peace of mind offered by daily activities, like going to the movies, is a valuable part of that process."
The flag, bearing messages from the cast of the Harry Potter franchise, has been made publicly visible on the first floor of the Miyagi prefectural office. The final installment in the Harry Potter franchise, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2", opened nationwide on Friday.© Compiled from news reports