Greenpeace Protested South Korea’s Plan to Build ``World’s Largest Nuclear Plant``
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Greenpeace Protested South Korea’s Plan to Build "World’s Largest Nuclear Plant"
Seoul ? (PanOrient News) Greenpeace East Asia activists on Tuesday (October 13) protested near Kori nuclear power plant (NPP) near Busan, South Korea’s second largest city. The protest aims to ramp up pressure on the South Korean government, which is about to give permission for the construction of two additional reactors, and highlight the risks the nuclear plant poses to the public, Greenpeace said....
Japan Iran Joint Statement
Monday, October 12, 2015
Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The following is the full statement issued in Tehran after the meeting of Japan and Iran foreign ministers on October 12, 2015:
Joint Statement by Foreign Ministers of the Islamic Republic of IRAN and JAPAN on Japan-Iran Cooperation
12th October 2015
His Excellency Mr. Fumio Kishida, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan paid an official visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran from 12th to 13th October 2015. During his visit, H.E. Mr. Kishida held a meeting with H...
Japan Grants USD 4 million to Support Refugees
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The Japanese government will extend an emergency grant of 2 million US dollars to West Balkan countries in response to the mass influx of refugees and migrants who are passing through on their way to EU member countries
The financial aid will provide support for improving reception centers for refugees and migrants, border management and food and medical services mainly to Serbia and Macedonia, both of which are non-EU countries without the coverage of the EU safety ne...
IAEA Fukushima Report ``Ignores Seicne, downplays radiation risks``: Greenpeace
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Fukushima report, released Monday, downplays the ongoing environmental and health effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Greenpeace Japan said in a release noting that the report "plays into the Abe government’s agenda to normalize the ongoing nuclear disaster."
“The IAEA concludes that no discernible health consequences are expected as a result of the Fukushima disaster, but admits important uncertainties in ...