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BUSAN, South Korea -- Green Peace activists held a demonstration on Gwangalli's Diamond bridge this morning, climbing the bridge's cable to protest nuclear power plants. 

Four activists from Korea, US, Taiwan, and Indonesia erected a makeshift rally camp on the cable at 11 a.m. today. 

They hung a banner protesting the nuclear power plant claiming the evacuation area in the current emergency plan should be expanded to more than 30km away from the nuclear plant in the event of a nuclear accident.

Source: Busan eFM News

Photo: Yonhap News

Greenpeace Protesters Hold Demonstration on Gwangalli Bridge


BUSAN, South Korea – Green Peace activists held a demonstration on Gwangalli’s Diamond bridge this morning, climbing the bridge’s cable to protest nuclear power plants. 

Four activists from Korea, US, Taiwan, and Indonesia erected a makeshift rally camp on the cable at 11 a.m. today. 

They hung a banner protesting the nuclear power plant claiming the evacuation area in the current emergency plan should be expanded to more than 30km away from the nuclear plant in the event of a nuclear accident.

Source: Busan eFM News

Photo: Yonhap News


 

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