Now the agency is looking for a source of emission of radiation and asking countries to provide relevant information.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said it had recorded an increased level of radiation in Northern Europe and was looking for its source. This was reported by Moskovsky Komsomolets with reference to the words of the agency’s director-general Rafael Grossi.
The IAEA Director-General hopes that the Member States will provide relevant information and data that will inform the public.
It is noted that 33 countries have already voluntarily provided the agency with information that there were no emissions of radiation into the atmosphere on their territory.
At the same time, Grossi hastened to reassure the Europeans, noting that the radiation levels reported by the IAEA are very low and do not pose a threat to human health and the environment.