联合国核监督机构批准福岛核污染水排海

Japan gets UN nuclear watchdog’s approval to discharge water from Fukushima disaster
联合国核监督机构批准福岛核污染水排海

China and South Korea oppose release of treated radioactive water into Pacific Ocean
虽然国际原子能机构表示福岛排海计划符合国际安全标准,但中国韩国均表示强烈反对。

The UN’s nuclear watchdog has approved Japan’s plan to release treated radioactive water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the Pacific, a proposal sharply condemned by China and South Korea.
联合国(UN)核监督机构批准了日本将福岛第一核电站(Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant)经过处理的核污染水排入太平洋的计划,但这个计划遭到了中国和韩国的强烈谴责。

A two-year review by the International Atomic Energy Agency has found that the plans were consistent with international safety standards. Gradual discharges of the treated water, which are expected to take decades to complete, would have “a negligible radiological impact on people and the environment”, the agency concluded.
国际原子能机构(IEAE)为期两年的审查发现排海计划符合国际安全标准。该机构的结论是,逐步排放经过处理的水(预计需要几十年才能完成)“对人类和环境的辐射影响可以忽略不计”。

“We compared with other options and we were able to confirm that this is the one that exists that has a proven track record,” IAEA head Rafael Grossi said at a news conference in Tokyo on Tuesday.
国际原子能机构总干事拉斐尔•格罗西(Rafael Grossi)周二在东京的新闻发布会上说:“经过与其他方案进行比较,我们可以确定这是现存有可靠记录的方案。”

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