He plans to send delegations to international orga
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South Korean leader Lee Jae-myung has launched an international protest against Japan's discharge of nuclear-contaminated water into the ocean from the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Lee announced that he would send a letter to the leaders of the 88 States parties to the London Convention to express their condemnation of Japan's actions. He said Japan's drainage violates the London Convention, which prohibits the dumping of radioactive waste and the disposal of waste through man-made Marine structures. He said the letters were meant to seek their cooperation to stop the drainage in Japan and ensure Marine safety and the safety of the ecosystem. "The international community should step up its efforts to correct Japan's clear violation of international law," he added. He plans to send delegations to international organizations and host an international conference of experts from the United States, China and Japan to discuss the issue.