16 July 2019

Japan, South Korea, China boost nuclear safety, WSJ says

Japan, South Korea and China have agreed to form an information exchange network to promptly deal with nuclear emergencies, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing senior government officials. The agreement, signed in China by nuclear regulators of the three countries, calls for rapid emergency response to accidents such as the 2011 Fukushima-Daiichi disaster. These would trigger immediate exchange of information among the three countries, the report said.

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