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Iceland, Norway Blast Swedish Atomic Fule Transports

Published måndag 8 oktober 2007 kl 10.19

The environment ministers of both Iceland and Norway are sharply criticizing Sweden for transporting spent nuclear fuel to the Sellafield processing plant in Britain.

The ministers have appealed to their Swedish colleague to stop what they call risk-filled transports – claiming this reverses earlier Swedish policy to refrain from reprocessing the material and only to store it – until a final solution can be found.

   Meanwhile, the environmental activist organization Greenpeace – which protested over the arrival here of the transport ship, the Atlantic Osprey – continues to harrass the vessel now on its way back to Britain.

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