Radioactivity in the Northern Adriatic is No Reason for Concern

Concentrations of radioactive cesium and other natural radioactive elements that have been found in the Slovene sea are low and thus do not pose a health risk. This was the statement from representatives of Slovene institutions which rejected certain media reports indicating an increase in radioactivity in the Northern Adriatic which was shown in a study held between 1993 and 1999 by the EU on climate changes in the Mediterranean region.

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