The IAEA found it difficult to establish the culprit of the burst of radiation at the borders of Russia

In the International atomic energy Agency has not yet been able to determine the source of a release of radioactive substances in the North of Europe, near the Russian border.

the Ministry said that 33 countries have already declared that are not involved in the splash, which became known last week.

the assurances of the IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi, the increase in background radiation was negligible. “These levels are not dangerous to human health and to the environment”, he said.

the Agency continues to find out where a release has occurred.

Meanwhile, “Interfax” with reference to the Russian Embassy in the Hague reports that the Netherlands authorities had not contacted Moscow about the information on the release.

Three countries: Sweden, Finland and Norway, reported on the concentration of radionuclides, assuming that cesium, cobalt, ruthenium and iodine-131 was brought from the West of Russia. However, the national Institute of public health and environment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands denied this version. The Russian government and nuclear industry enterprises also denied that the source could be in Russia.

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