Japanese media: Plumes of smoke rise above the first power unit of the Tsuruga nuclear plant Japanese media: Plumes of smoke rise above the first power unit of the Tsuruga nuclear plant

Japanese media: Plumes of smoke rise above the first power unit of the Tsuruga nuclear plant

Japanese media: Plumes of smoke rise above the first power unit of the Tsuruga nuclear plant

The Japanese Broadcasting Corporation reported at dawn on Thursday that smoke columns were rising above the first power unit of the Tsuruga Nuclear Power Plant in Japan in Fukui Prefecture.
The authority indicated that smoke appeared above the turbine chamber in the station's power unit No. 1. It quoted local police and firefighters as saying that there was no information available about any injuries as a result of the accident, and the circumstances of the accident are being clarified.

It is worth noting that the Japanese authorities and specialized crews have been working to dismantle the reactor at the Tsuruga station since 2017.

It was previously reported that more than 5 tons of radioactive water leaked from cleaning equipment at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant, and according to the Asahi newspaper, the concentration of radioactive materials in the water was exceeded by more than 14 million times, equivalent to 22 billion. Becquerel.

It is assumed that a large portion of the radioactive water has been absorbed into the soil. The monitoring point installed near the nearby drainage channel shows no change in the radiation level.

TEPCO stated that the leak occurred in an uninhabited area, confirming at the same time that the soil in which the water was absorbed will be removed.


North Korean researcher: The United States is a “wolf without teeth” and its time has passed


Kim Sol Hwa, a researcher at the Institute of Japanese Studies at North Korea's Foreign Ministry, described Washington's attempts to join and unify with its "key allies" as "like a drowning man clutching at a straw."
In his article published by the North Korean Central News Agency, Kim Sol Hwa said that the era in which the United States was considered the only “superpower” in the world has passed forever.

He added: "Washington has now become a wolf without teeth."

He said: "In order to maintain its hegemony, which is weakening day by day in the context of the Second Cold War, the United States is now frantically resorting to creating a tripartite military alliance with Japan and its agents."

He wrote in his article: “There is nothing more stupid and irrational than trying to create security guarantees based on a wolf stripped of its teeth while it tries to support itself for the rest of its life.”

It is noteworthy that Biden described his country a few days ago as "the most important country in the world."

According to what the White House press office reported during an election campaign event in New York, Biden asked, “What will happen if the United States steps aside? What will happen in the Middle East? What will happen to the Taiwan Strait? What will happen in Asia? What will happen to Ukraine?” 
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