Finnish nuclear power plant: No change in radiation levels in Ukraine

The Radiation and Nuclear Authority (STUK) said on Saturday that the safety of , Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, has not been endangered.

STUK stated that it would base its assessment on information received from the Ukrainian authorities.

Russian forces attacked the plant early Friday, when a training facility near the reactor buildings caught . workers caused the fire to go out on Friday at six o’clock.

According to STUK, the radiation levels at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, at the site of the deadly nuclear disaster in 1986, are also normal.

In , concerns about ’s attack on have been reflected in the demand for , which can prevent the absorption of radiation.

Demand for strong iodine tablets has been higher than usual since the beginning of the , and stocks in several pharmacies have completely run out.

Source: The Nordic Page

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