TALLINN - A small increase in radiation levels has been observed in northeastern Europe, and the source thereof must be ascertained, Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Reinsalu said.
"Various states have reported a small increase in the concentration of radioactive isotopes in northeastern Europe," Reinsalu wrote in social media. "While the levels are harmless to human health, the increase is definitely man-made and the cause thereof must be determined as it is important in terms of our security and international security more broadly."
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