No Radiation on the Bulgarian Beaches, Expert Claims

The recent news that Vromos Bay in Bulgaria is contaminated with radiation led to concerns about the rest of the country’s Black Sea coastline, especially the popular Chernomorets resort that’s nearby. According to Dr. Dimitar Nedevski, however, there’s no reason for concern.

Actualno.com reported on an interview given to Focus by Dr. Nedevski. He is the head of the department for “Management of emergency situations” to the Georgi Rakovski Military Academy.  They quoted him saying: “During the measurements, the Regional Health Inspection found higher values only in the Vromos Bay. The pollution is uneven and specific and there are certain areas in which the values are higher, with the so-called desquamation of the radiation pollution.” The radiation levels in the rest of the Black Sea coastline remained within safe limits of 0,1 to 0,11 µSv/h.

The expert warns that the radiation danger is more related to internal pollution when the dangerous particles reach the internal organs of the human body.

Alex Dimchev

Alex Dimchev is a writer, editor, and weapons master for EUscoop.com

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