the Leningrad, Kola NPP and other objects fall under suspicion because of the events related to the high concentration of radionuclides in Northern Europe. About it the correspondent “of Rosbalt” said the project Manager of the energy Department of the Russian branch of Greenpeace Rashid Alimov.
According to him, we are not talking about raising the gamma background, but a small amount of a substance present in the air — about “one million times less than the established standards”.
“That still means that somewhere there was a crash. We ensure and declare that the various services. As it was in 2017 with a Beacon (possible releases of ruthenium at the plant “Rosatom” in the Chelyabinsk region, which was confirmed only abroad — “Rosbalt”), no hurry to confess. Theoretically possible the Kola and Leningrad nuclear power plants, a possible nuclear-powered icebreakers, it is possible to research reactors as a source of possible military nuclear submarines. We can say that the objects I have referred to, can be sources, but the exact data,” said Alimov.
He added that Greenpeace requested information as foreign experts and services in Russia. The situation showed the urgent problems in the industry, said the source.
“the question Arises about the adequacy of traditional monitoring, because it is not the first story, when data comes not quickly, including from abroad. Emissions we are talking about now happened in the early to mid — June. The questions arise, how a lack of cooperation at the international level, as the information provided to the International atomic energy Agency remains public. Because the story in 2017 my colleagues in the Netherlands, went to court and only thus received to the Agency that there did not want to provide,” — said the representative of Greenpeace.
Reit, on releases of radionuclides reported by the Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish agencies involved in radiation protection. Experts called a possible source of crash object in the West of Russia, however, official domestic Department and the company denied the information. About normal background radiation, told the correspondent of “Rosbalt” at the Leningrad nuclear power plant.
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