exceeding the level of radioactive substances recorded at the Russian border. According to The Barents Observer, the changes registered by the sensors of radiation monitoring in Norway, Finland and Sweden.
So, the Norwegian observers near the border with Russia’s Kola Peninsula revealed iodine-131, and experts from Finland and Sweden found cesium-134, cesium-137, cobalt-60 and ruthenium-103 — the data were recorded in early June. After analysis, experts from the Netherlands came to the conclusion that the radionuclides came from the West of Russia, and a possible cause of the outlier scientists call damage the fuel cell at the plant.
the latter responded — there are noted that exceed the level of radioactive particles in the Baltic sea area is not detected, and “Rosenergoatom” said that accidents at nuclear power plants of the North-West of Russia in June were not recorded emissions at the stations did not exceed control values.
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