Russia has a perfect system of monitoring radiation situation and she did not record any emergencies. In addition, according to the IAEA report, increased radiation in the Baltic sea, about which wrote mass media, poses no threat to health. This was stated press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, says the Agency “Interfax”.
the Recall, 23 Jun monitoring station in Sweden have recorded increase of the concentration of the isotopes cesium-134, cesium-137 and ruthenium-103. The exact source of these substances is unknown. It may be located on the territory of Sweden, Denmark, Finland, the Baltic States or in the district of St. Petersburg.
However, experts Treaty Organization comprehensive nuclear test ban note that the isotopes will likely have a civilian and not a military origin.