Whose pot is it? Nuclear particles have been detected in the air of many Nordic countries, the United States and Russia are currently silent
Estonian National Radio and Television reported that on June 28 local time, the Estonian National Environmental Protection Agency published a statement stating that the Haku Radiation Monitoring Station under the country’s Environmental Protection Agency had detected very badly in the air. A small amount of radioisotope. These isotopes include (cesium-134, cesium-137, cobalt-60, ruthenium-103).
detected in many Nordic countries Radioisotope particles, the situation is expanding
Although, the Estonian National Environmental Protection Agency has detected trace amounts of radioisotope particles in the air of the country. However, relevant experts also said that its content is very small, so it will not cause any harm to the human body. However, after that, the national radiation testing stations of Finland and Sweden, which belonged to Northern Europe, also detected roughly the same radioisotope particles as Estonia, and the same particle content was not very high.
The last time this happened in many Nordic countries, it still dates back to the 1986 Chernobyl incident. Although, experts have always emphasized that there is no need to worry about the small amount of radioisotope particles. However, some comments still pointed out that if there is no specific source, whether the current situation may increase, and the concentration of ions in the air will increase in the following days. These are all closely monitored and continuously monitored. of.
However, the magic is that in this matter, the United States and Russia are very” The tacit agreement kept silent. You should know that during this sensitive period, the United States and Russia will spare no effort to find ways to dig up the other party’s fierce material.
And the US government has always had politicians who have always liked to”dump the pot” on other countries’ international concerns. Therefore, the United States and Russia have not yet responded to this issue, and the silence between the two countries is worth pondering.
Europe is in a”nuclear crisis”? Attitude is the key to the problem.
Europe has now become an important region in the US-Russia game. After two wars, Europe can’t stand any toss, but the US has kept the deployment in Europe. Nuclear weapons, although these weapons are tightly protected, are not without the possibility of leakage.
Especially, there have been arguments that Europe may have a”nuclear crisis”, but these alarmist arguments are somewhat extreme. In fact, Europe has been following relevant conventions to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and Europe’s attitude towards nuclear weapons is still very strict.