The audience of the Japanese news agency Jiji was dissatisfied with Russia’s position on Tokyo’s plans to dump radioactive water into the ocean from the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant. This was announced on Friday, April 16.
Readers were outraged by the words of the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, that Moscow expects explanations from Japan since the country’s authorities did not consult with their neighbors about plans to dump waste from the station. South Korea and China were also unhappy with Tokyo’s plans.
— «The Red Gang» — China, South Korea, and Russia-still say something to Japan! And they think that we will listen to our enemies! — wrote one of the users.
The country does not need to agree on anything, because it “complies with all international standards,” another reader is sure. Japan “needs to fight back against every such encroachment,” says another commentator.
— It is not enough for North Korea to make such statements! And yet, there are only enemies around Japan! — another user wrote.
Earlier it became known that Russia expects explanations from Japan about the discharge of water from the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant into the ocean.