A team of 21 South Korean experts will visit Japan for five days to check the safety of the wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear power plant. The experts are from the Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety and the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology. They will meet officials from Tokyo Electric Power Company and nuclear power regulators to examine the potential impact of the treated wastewater release into the Pacific on the environment. Meanwhile, British professor Wade Allison has said that he has “no doubt at all” that people do not need to worry about the wastewater and that the amount of radiation from the treated water will not harm humans. The opposition Democratic Party of Korea has called for the inspection to be cancelled, claiming the administration is defending the Japanese government. However, the ruling People Power Party invited Allison to speak about concerns regarding the safety of the wastewater.
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