Three years after the tragedy in Fukushima – after-effects continue and no end in sight


03 Mar 2014


Climate & Environment

Press release

Dear correspondents,

11 March 2014 will mark the third anniversary of the Fukushima tsunami and nuclear disaster. Although the accident might now seem distant, the situation in Japan is still far from being under control.
In view of this, it would be useful to take stock of the current situation. What is the situation today in Japan as well as in the European Union? How are people today coping with the aftermath of the catastrophe? Will the EU fulfil its responsibilities in Japan and has it drawn any conclusions concerning its own energy supply?
Rebecca Harms, President of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament will be holding a background briefing press breakfast to respond to these and other questions on Thursday 6 March at 8.30 in the Members' restaurant.
We would be grateful if you could let us know whether you plan to attend by Wednesday 5 March at 13.00.
Kind regards,
Ruth Reichstein and Helmut Weixler 

Press Service of the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament

Helmut Weixler
Head of Press Office
phone: 0032-2-284.4683
mobile phone: 0032-475-67 13 40

Ruth Reichstein
Press and Media Adviser to the Presidency of the Greens/EFA group
Phone: +32 2 284 34 40
Mobile: +32 472 70 29 96




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