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ROK voices concern about Japan’s plan to discharge Fukushima radioactive water

Yomiuri reported from Geneva that during the ongoing WHO conference held remotely on Tuesday, a South Korea representative called for Japan to provide more information on its decision to discharge treated radioactive water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the ocean. “We want Japan to disclose information with transparency,” the official was quoted as saying. “We are strongly requesting that wide-ranging consultations be held with stakeholders ahead of the discharge.” In response, a GOJ representative reportedly underscored that the discharge into the ocean is “technically feasible” and “in line with international practices.”

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