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Greenpeace Radiation Investigation at Chornobyl to Assess Accuracy of IAEA data - Video Collection 

Greenpeace Radiation Investigation at Chornobyl to Assess Accuracy of IAEA data - Video Collection 

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07/06/2022 
Chornobyl, Ukraine, 18 July 2022 - Near the ruins of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant, an international team of radiation experts led by Greenpeace Germany is examining abandoned Russian positions for radioactive contamination. Trenches and dugouts were built by Russian soldiers during their occupation of the Chornobyl site in March. About 600 soldiers were deployed there. The research project is being conducted with the approval of the Ukrainian government and in cooperation with scientists from the State Agency of Ukraine on the Exclusion Zone Management (SAUEZM).

For the first time since the beginning of the Russian invasion, independent measurements will be taken and the April 28 statement of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will be assessed. According to the IAEA, while there was increased radiation the levels did not pose a great danger to the environment or people. The IAEA's deputy director is Mikhail Chudakov, a long-time employee of the Russian nuclear company Rosatom. 
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