00:00 – Intro
05:00 – How Russia jeopardizes global radiation safety?
09:27 – Why Greenpeace considers IAEA biased?
10:57 – Nuclear threats at occupied Zaporizhia nuclear plant
13:59 – Outro
Russian occupation of Chornobyl NPP in February-March 2022 and turning it into a makeshift military base kept the world in fear of a nuclear disaster, but the danger has not disappeared with the Russians retreating. While staying in Chornobyl, they violated all possible nuclear safety rules, which resulted in the increase of radiation leves, as Greenpeace Germany’s investigation has found. Radiation levels in areas of Russian military operations turned out to be at least three times higher than the estimation by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Watch Ukraine in Flames 138 and learn the details of Greenpeace’s survey, as well as reasons why IAEA whould be considered as compromised in its role on nuclear safety and security in Ukraine.
Shaun Burnie, Nuclear specialist, Greenpeace Germany
Jan Vande Putte, Lead radiation protection specialist Nuclear Expert, Greenpeace Belgium
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