Japanese government officially decides to release treated water from nuclear power plants into the ocean after two years of significant dilution
The Japanese government held a meeting of the relevant ministers at the Prime Minister's Office on April 13 to formally decide on a policy of releasing treated water from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant into the ocean. The concentration of tritium, a radioactive substance, will be reduced to less than 1/40th of the national standard. TEPCO will compensate for the damage caused by rumors. In response to the decision, the All Japan Federation of Fishermen's Cooperative Associations issued a comment protesting the decision, saying, "This is unacceptable."
The Japanese government is trying to deceive the Japanese people by using the bogus term "harmful rumors".
Seiko Hashimoto, the new president of the Tokyo Olympics Organizing Committee, sexually harassed Daisuke Takahashi and others
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