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China calls Fukushima radiation a serious international environmental issue

flag-ChinaOfficial Chinese Press: Fukushima contamination is “serious international environmental issue” — Crisis concerns the core interests of people who share the planet

Title: Commentary: Japanese gov’t has to shoulder responsibilities over toxic water leakage in Fukushima
Source: Xinhua (China’s official press agency)
Authors: Liu Tian, Zhang Cheng
Date: Aug 23, 2013

[…] it is the time for the Japanese government to shoulder more responsibilities to address the global concerns. […]

Studies showed that radioactive substances have spread into high sea from the crippled nuclear plant, proving that the tragedy has no longer a national problem, but a serious international environmental issue that needs stronger efforts to deal with. […]

A priority for the Japanese government to relieve the global anxiety is to make the accident relevant information more transparent to the international community so as to precisely assess the graveness of the entire accident and its aftermath.

It is hoped that the Japanese government would not keep the information for its own political interests as the issue concerns not only the core interests of the Japanese people, but also people who share the planet. […]

See also: TV: China, Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand, and others are going to want to know just how out of control this newly revealed radiation emergency is at Fukushima (VIDEO)

August 27, 2013 - Posted by | China, environment, Japan

1 Comment »

  1. This is indeed a serious issue. You can’t estimate the degree of damage it can cause to the existence of life on earth.

    Comment by Raman Sharma | October 5, 2013 | Reply

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