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Romanian Environment Minister Says Nuclear Plants Must Undergo Harsher Tests
18.03.2011, 12:45 | Environment | 865 views

Romanian Environment Minister Laszlo Borbely said Friday on Radio France International tests for nuclear plants need to be more extensive after the situation in Japan, adding he is confident Romania’s nuclear plant would pass the tests and risk of radiation contamination is low.

"Obviously, Romania will undergo these tests. What happened in Japan proves we need to have more extensive tests, rules and monitoring for nuclear plants because these are no joking matters," said Borbely, adding the situation in Japan, which has been hailed as having the safest nuclear technologies, is a major warning.


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