6 November 2013, 01:36
According to the Japanese Foreign Ministry, two experts of the International Atomic Energy Agency, ecologist David Osborn and radiometrics engineer Hartmut Nies, will be in Japan next Thursday and Friday on a mission to sample seawater off Fukushima for gauging its radioactivity levels.
On March 11, 2011 four of the reactors of the Fukushima nuclear power plant were badly crippled by a series of accidents following a powerful earthquake and a subsequent tsunami.
Fukushima is now rated as the world’s worst nuclear disaster after Chernobyl.
Voice of Russia, RIA
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