Radioactive substances from Fukushima nuclear power plants expected to spread throughout the world, within 2 to 3 weeks away, according to the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), Thursday (24/03/2011).

Levels of radioactive substances is very small, probably no impact on humans. Currently, radioactive substances from Fukushima nuclear power plants already reached the United States and Iceland.

CTBTO monitoring the installation of network operating in 63 locations spread across the world, including an installation in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan.

A senior official in the commission's supervision department said the figures are scanned in Takasaki continued to go up and down, and the amount of radioactive substances from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, can not be called will be reduced.

Radioactive substances have been detected on the installation of surveillance in western California (3/18/2011) and Iceland (03/22/2011), and is expected to reach European territory in a few days.

Some diplomatic sources in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said the Southeast Asian countries are concerned about the adverse effects of radioactive substances, but the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency of Japan said it will not affect the levels of other countries.


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