South Korea worries about contaminated water from Fukushima
Japan's Foreign Ministry has begun to publish radiation levels recorded in both Fukushima and Seoul. South Korea has announced that their worries over Fukushima water is rising.
An officier which works for the ministry says the ministry hopes to gain the understanding that radiation levels are almost the same in Fukushima and Seoul. The officier added that the ministry will continue to provide accurate information based on scientific evidences.
Fishery ministry of South Korea has announced that it plans to raise concerns over Japan's plan to release contaminated water from its disabled Fukushima power plant into the sea at a global conference.
During a London Convention and Protocol meeting which is held by Britain-based International Maritime Organization, South Korea plans to demand from Japan to make public information related to the handling of the contaminated water.
"We plan to continue raise the issue to the international community until Japan comes up with a safe and acceptable solution to the handling of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear plant," a ministry official stated.
The ministry plans to join forces with Greenpeace, an environmental non-governmental organization on the matter.
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