The consequences of the accident at the “Fukushima-1” nuclear power plant in Japan do not pose any threat to Russians, says Rosatom head Sergei Kiriyenko.
According to him, even if events unfold according to the worst-case scenario, there is no immediate threat to the Far East and the rest of the country.
Kiriyenko specified that his office had begun work on forecasting the situation on the following day after the accident at the Japanese plant.
Rosatom experts conclude that the danger zone is confined to the territory around “Fukushima-1”. The radiation level on site is 100 thousand times above norm.