At the Leningrad NPP has not fixed excess of level of radiation. About it the correspondent “of Rosbalt” reported June 29 in the Department of information and public relations of the nuclear power plant.
“we Have, at the Leningrad NPP, all within a values background radiation, and emissions of isotopes too. There are no monthly or daily standards exceeded”, — said the source.
Earlier, experts from Norway revealed iodine-131 near the border with Russia’s Kola Peninsula. Finnish and Swedish observers recorded cesium-134, cesium-137, cobalt-60 and ruthenium-103. Experts from the Netherlands first came to the conclusion that the radionuclides could have come from Western Russia and, perhaps as a result of damage of the fuel cell at the plant.
Roshydromet and “Rosenergoatom” has denied the information. Later he shared the doubts and the National Institute for public health and the environment in the Netherlands. The Agency noted that “at this stage it is impossible to determine the country of source.”
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