South Korea to expand water testing amid concerns over Japan’s nuclear waste
- Sep 18, 2023 12:51 pm GMT
About a month ahead of
"We chose the spots, as they are expected to have the released waters first given the sea current. We will add more locations to the list, particularly in the
"We will maintain the emergency testing system until the people are no longer worried about the issue and say no more tests are required," he added.
However, Cho said: "All the samples have met the safety standards so far, and no radiation has been detected in domestic seafood or imported marine products."
Early this month,
The warning came after
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