According to American regulators and reports studied by a news agency CNN, the American government has devoted earlier week examining a report of the Chinese nuclear power plant leak, as a French firm that assists in operating and partly owns, threatened about an imminent radiological concern.
According to a document from the French firm to the American Department of Energy studied by CNN that the threat included an allegation that the safety authority of China was increasing the allowed limits for radiation detection outside the TNPP (Taishan Nuclear Power Plant) in Guangdong, China, to avoid its shut down.
The facility isn’t at disaster level
A source described that despite the threatening notification from the French firm (Framatome), the current administration of Joe Biden thinks the facility isn’t yet at a disaster level.
While the American regulators have thought about the condition doesn’t pose a critical safety concern to employees at the Chinese people or the plant. Moreover, it is uncommon that an overseas firm would individually go to the United States government for support as its ally, Chinese state-owned, is yet to aware of the disaster that exists. The situation can push America to face complex condition and it should become more critical without being fixed.
Besides this, the threat was noteworthy that the NSC (National Security Council) conducted many summits earlier week when they examined the condition, adding two at the assistant secretary level and another at the deputy level on Friday, which was headed by the Director of the National Security Council for China, Laura Rosenberger and Mallory Stewart (Senior Director for Arms Control), said American officials.
Biden negotiated with the French Govt.
Many sources described that the current administration of Joe Biden has negotiated that the condition with the French govt and their specialists at the Energy Department. Furthermore, American officials also said that the United States also has been discussing with Beijing, although the level of that discussion is ambiguous.
American government rejected to discuss the evaluation, but regulators at the State Department, the National Security Council, and the Energy Department urged that if there were any threat to the people of China, America will be required to make it acknowledged under current agreements regarding nuclear accidents.