1 mil. nuisance calls made to Japan embassy in China over Fukushima
Around 1 million nuisance calls have been made to the Japanese Embassy in Beijing since the release of treated radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant into the sea began in late August, Japanese government sources said Friday.
Tokyo has repeatedly asked the Chinese government to deal with the calls, saying they impede operations at the embassy, but the situation has yet to improve, according to the sources.
On the back of growing anti-Japan sentiment in China amid Beijing’s fierce opposition to the discharge, the daily number of harassing calls received by the embassy...