Leaders HLW July 1 to discuss Japans nuclear reactors run the country

Leaders of the World Association of operators of nuclear power plants (WANO) July 1, is scheduled to visit Japan to discuss the launch of the Japanese nuclear power plants, according to RIA Novosti source in HLW XVI on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

"Management plans HLW July 1 unscheduled visit with a visit to Japan to meet with the leaders of the country to clarify the situation at the plant" Fukushima "and discuss safe restart of the Japanese nuclear power plants," — he said.

According to him, during the visit, will discuss major reorganization WANO center in Japan.

After the accident at the "Fukushima-1" for routine inspection were stopped all 54 nuclear reactors in Japan, which provides up to a third of all electricity needs. According to Japanese law reactors every 13 months should receive routine inspection. After the accident at the nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1" neither stopped to prevent the reactors have not been restarted because of fears of the population and increased security requirements.

To restart the reactors already passed prevention must undergo stress tests to be approved experts and government, and obtain the consent of the local authorities and the population at all levels — from small towns, where the nuclear power plant, up to the governors of prefectures.

Earlier it was reported that the head of the Japanese prefecture of Fukui Issei Nishikawa (Issei Nishikawa) allowed to run two reactor nuclear power plant (NPP) in Ooi after a meeting with Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda States and other Japanese ministers.

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