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Iran has denied allegations of Araks river contamination

AtomInfo.Ru, PUBLISHED 03.01.2024

Iran has denied reports that the Armenian nuclear power plant allegedly contaminated the Araks border river with radioactive waste.

According to the Tasnim news agency, the corresponding statement was made by Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, speaking at a meeting of the Iranian parliament's commission on national security and foreign policy.

In particular, the minister referred to the technical report prepared by the Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI) of Iran. The nuclear scientists came to the conclusion that there are no radioactive contamination in the Araks River associated with the operation of the Armenian nuclear power plant.

Topics: Asia, Iran, Armenia, Safety

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