Radiation in Belarus

Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant was designed without military operations in mind / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

Until the war is over, the Zaporizhzhya NPP will remain a threat to Europe.

Raman Protasevich, Euroradio​

Belarus opens the Exclusion Zone for tourists 33 years after the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

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Russia was initially mentioned as the country of origin.

Photo: ehso.emory.edu

Extreme radioactive air contamination was observed last September in the Urals but the cause is yet to be officially confirmed.

Emergency ministry officials question Homiel authorities, Milkavita company, and the laboratory where milk was tested.

The test results were reported by the radiation monitoring of Bellesakhova.

Radiation background in Belarus is stable

Belarus did not act to amend the notorious regulation which sets out higher radiation levels in the Customs Union than those allowed by local norms.

Belarus wants to change regulations #880 that allows the level of strontium in baby food 13 times higher than normal.