People from many places in Japan gathered in Fukushima to protest against the discharge of nuclear polluted water into the sea.

  The Japanese government’s insistence on promoting the plan of discharging nuclear polluted water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the sea has aroused strong opposition from people from all walks of life at home and abroad. With the approach of the date of discharging water into the sea, Japanese people frequently express their protests through rallies and other forms, calling on the Japanese government and Tokyo Electric Power Company to cancel the plan of discharging nuclear polluted water into the sea and consider other appropriate disposal methods.

  Li Weibing, a reporter from reception desk: This is the coast of Langjiang Town, Fukushima Prefecture, which is less than 10 kilometers away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. On August 12th, people from all over Japan, such as Tokyo, and Fukushima held protests here to express their strong voice against the discharge of nuclear polluted water into the sea.

  On the 12th, the second day of Japan’s small holiday, people from many places spontaneously gathered on the coast of Langjiang Town, Fukushima Prefecture to hold protests. They said that the ocean is the common wealth of all mankind, and any behavior that endangers the safety of the marine environment cannot be tolerated.

  Protester from Kanagawa Prefecture: It is the responsibility of our generation, which experienced the Fukushima nuclear accident, not to allow nuclear polluted water to be discharged into the sea. For the sake of the future, we should not let the nuclear polluted water caused by the nuclear accident be discharged into the ocean, but we should insist on speaking out.

  Protester from Nagano Prefecture: It is absolutely unacceptable for nuclear polluted water to be discharged into the sea. If we don’t stop it right away, I’m afraid it will have serious consequences, and it will eventually affect ourselves. In addition, the oceans in the world are connected. I hope everyone will oppose it and stop the stupid behavior of nuclear pollution water discharging into the sea together.

  Some local people in Fukushima also participated in the rally. They pointed out that since the Fukushima nuclear accident, the aftermath of the Tokyo Electric Power Company has been full of loopholes. Whether Tokyo Electric Power Company has the ability to properly handle the nuclear polluted water, and whether it can achieve reasonable supervision and information disclosure is worrying.

  Residents of Fukushima Prefecture: Before the nuclear polluted water is discharged into the sea, they must hide the bad news about the nuclear polluted water and make it public after the discharge into the sea becomes a fait accompli. Many such things have happened since the nuclear accident. They know that there is a dangerous situation, but it will cost a lot of money to take countermeasures, and Tokyo Electric Power Company and the Japanese government will not do it.

  The protesters said that they will continue to hold rallies in the future, hoping that the Tokyo Electric Power Company and the Japanese government will pull back from the brink and cancel the plan to discharge nuclear polluted water into the sea.