The UK and Sweden have given indications of how to act in the event of a nuclear accident


  • “The nuclear risk is clear”


  • Doctor José Martín Moreno talks about nuclear risks in the face of conflict between Russia and Ukraine


  • Russian troops seize Chernobyl . nuclear plant

While the ravages of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster have not stopped 36 years after the fateful night of April 26, 1986, it has become one of the strategic points for Russia’s advance on Ukrainian territory.

This Thursday, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal confirmed that Russian troops had taken control of the Chernobyl zone.

The control of the territory by Russian troops was also noted by Ukraine’s presidential adviser, Mykhailo Podolyak, as “one of the most serious threats in Europe today.”

Doctor José Martín Moreno talks about nuclear risks in the face of conflict between Russia and Ukraine

In ‘Horizonte’, Doctor José Martín Moreno has spoken about nuclear risks in the face of conflicts in Russia and Ukraine: “In public health we always hope for the best, but also prepare for the worst”, he warns.

“The nuclear risk is clear”

In addition, he said that several countries have started informing the population about how to act in the event of a nuclear accident: “The nuclear risk is clear and countries like the UK or Sweden have already given instructions on how to act in the event of a nuclear accident. In Sweden, they have given some guidance, recovering them from the Cold War in 19661, on the basics of how to react in the event of a nuclear conflict,” he explained.

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