Prof. Dr. Irina Gruschewaja is one of the first persons being active in the non-government Chernobyl movement since the atomic reactor explosion in 1986. So far she has helped over two million people in Belarus with vacations for Chernobyl vicitims, gifts, medicine and goods from international givers, she has spoken infront of various international audiences about Chernoby, atomic power and it’s consequences. Now, she turned 60 years – which are indeed 60 years of humanitarian, independent and renewable power especially for the children and the future. I’ve met her several times in Germany and Belarus and I’m still impressed like from the first day on when I had met here in Minsk / Belarus. In 2006 (the 20th Chernobyl year) while staying at the German Government (Bundestag / Berlin) – I called her NGO one of the first and only true remaining Belarussian NGOs regarding Chernobyl – I did it infront of Belarussian and German politicians, guests and other NGOs – which caused a lot of evil glances and words of envier in my direction. Prof. Dr. Irina Gruschewaja was indeed nominated for the peace nobel prize, but we all know who got it in 2006: The IAEA – the same Association which denies any link between Chernobyl / radiation and illness and death.
So, what can I say? If you want to congratulate too, visit her website: Irina-Gruschewaja.de
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Irina Gruschewaja – 60 years of renewable energy